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COBBLESTONE FOR 1959 



Colonial Studio, Photographer 
Whittet and Shepperson, Printers 



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1959 



COBBLESTONE 



YEARBOOK OF 

RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE 

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



EUGENE HUNT 



Editor-in-Chief 



PATRICIA PARRISH • Business Manager 







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Contents 

DEDICATION 6 

FEATURES 17 

FACULTY 29 

CLASSES 39 

SPORTS '^'7 

ORGANIZATIONS 85 

ADVERTISEMENTS 123 

SENIOR DIRECTORY 124 



3)edication . . • 

3)r. J4enr^ Jworace .Mibbd 

It is our deep and profound privilege 
to dedicate the Cobblestone for the 
year 1959 to Dr. hHenry H. hHibbs, 
our founder and Provost. 

It remains an established fact that 
through his tireless efforts and guid- 
ance this institution we call our own 
has grown from a small group of build- 
ings and a handful of students to one 
of the largest colleges in Virginia. 

We see on these pages areas of 
this devoted and productive life that 
are not so familiar to the majority of 
the student body. Rather they are 
more familiar to those who Qre for- 
tunate to know him more intimately. 
At the top we see him as director of 
the Richmond School of Social Work 
and Public Health in 1917... Later 
he is pictured as we know him today, 
busy in planning the present and the 
future of the RPI campus . . . Pictured 
Is the Franklin Street Building, then in 
the early construction stages and now 
a reality . . . Many students have en- 
joyed the warm hospitality offered 
several times a year in the provost 
house, the home of Dr. and Mrs. 
Hibbs. ... 







The many duties of the provost in 
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occur several times a year 



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school gymnasium. For some stu- 
dents this is the sole opportunity for 
them to see and hear Dr. Hibbs . . . 
We see Dr. hHibbs and Dr. Alvln D. 
Chandler, President of the Greater 
College of William and Mary looking 
over future plans of the ever-growing 
RPI campus . . . Planning, v^orking, and 
making important decisions for the 
benefit of our Institute are sometimes 
put aside for perhaps more pleasant 
and less demanding pastimes. One 
of these endeavors, well known to 
many of his friends, is fresh water fish- 
ing. We have evidence of this fact in 
the form of one that did not get away. 
It seems his formula for success, what- 
ever it is, is not restricted to his intel- 
lectual pursuits . . . With this year's 
commencement being planned for 
nearly three hundred graduates, we 
see in this last scene the provostatone 
of his proudest moments, a graduation 
service which was held In Grove Ave- 
nue Baptist Church in 1947. This 
year's graduation to be held at the 
Mosque will bring with it fulfillment of 
many things for which he himself has 
worked so long and hard to bring to a 
reality. 



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Here we see the life and vitality of tine Richmond Professional Institute — the 
students. On the pages to follow, look with us at the day-to-day experiences 
which occur in the learning processes as shown here. 



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Three separate courses are offered in the 
history of art, including a first year general 
course and two alternate year advanced 
courses, hiere we see the general course 
heavily attended. 



Several courses in painting are available to the art 
student. Some are designed to allow a more cre- 
ative, open-minded approach on the part of the 
pupil, whereas others stress more specifically the 
basic principles of composition. 





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The Department of Graphic Arts in the School of Art is a com- 
plete one. The student is encouraged to avail himself of all four 
media, of expression offered In this class. These include the 
woodcut, etching, silk-screen, and lithography. 




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The woodcut remains as one of the oldest known methods of 
print-making. A student is shown here carving a wood block 
prior to printing. 






A great majority of the music student's 
time is devoted directly to practice and 
application of his learnings in the music 
field. Music theory and music education 
are included in the varied music course. 



The Department of Dramatic Arts produces some five 
major productions each year. In addition to these, they 
perform one-act plays weekly, which provides the student 
actors opportunity to further develop their abilities. 



The Music Department provides instruction for all band 
and orchestra instruments, and music majors as well as 
outsiders are encouraged to participate in the organi- 
zations, hfere in the department of violin a student is 
given close observation by the department head. 




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The School of Business includes many areas in 
equipping the students for their chosen vocation. 
This does not exclude the Important task of proper 
operation of the many business machines now de- 
manded by the modern business world. 



The business student has a choice of sev- 
eral programs varying from one to four 
years. Accounting, secretarial work, per- 
sonnel management and general business 
are among those ofTered. 





The School of Distribution equips its graduates with the 
knowledge and confidence to handle the many jobs in the 
fields of retailing, advertising and Distributive Education. 
Knowledge of fashion trends is but one of the special sub- 
jects of which he must become familiar. 



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The Department of Advertising offers both certificate and de- 
gree courses. The student may seek his occupation with an adver- 
tising agency, in radio, with a newspaper, a magazine, or with a 
retail store. We see three students here receiving Instruction In 
the proper method of advertising layout. 





Drafting, both architectural and engineer- 
ing, is taught as a one-year certificate 
course. It prepares the student for work 
with architects, engineers, builders, and 
landscape architects. 



Under the School of Applied Science a degree course in 
Biological Technology Is offered preparing the student for 
positions In public health laboratories, physicians' offices 
and Industrial laboratories. 





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With the constant turning of the potter's wheel in 
the Department of Arts and Crafts, time moves on 
for all. This constant changing and searching pre- 
sents a challenge to the members of the student 
body, as well as the faculty. As experiments con- 
tinue in the School of Science in a never-tiring 
effort to keep abreast of the times, so strives the 
Richmond Professional Institute. During these forty 
years there has been a constant effort made to 
provide ways to make the searching for truth and 
knowledge available for all who are interested, 
and there is every indication that this institution 
will continue to strive and grow in the manner in 
which it has to this point. 







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June Harding, "Antigone." in December. 



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Roy Carter and Robin Williamson at the 
"Bus Stop" in October. 



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Cobblestone 



Getting together information and material for a 
college yearbook is quite an experience. Ask 
any of tiie present staff of tfiis year's Cobblestone 
and this statement will be verified. The hard work 
of long hours of writing and rewriting; choosing 
and finally selecting the best pictures and articles 
are well worth the trouble when the students are 
heard "oh-ing" and "ah-ing" over scenes taken 
long enough ago to have now become reminiscent 
of good times had during the current school year. 




Eugene Hunt, EdItor-in-Chiel, hard at work fitting photographs 
into the proposed layouts. 



The Editorial Staff consisted o( Louis Michaux, Phil Redmon, 
Karen Harshbarger, and various individuals within the organi- 
zations which contribute. 



Here we see Cole Waddell. Layout Editor, busy getting Ideas 
for the layout for 1959. 




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Charlene Alexander, Photography Editor, confers with Mar- 
garet Pllcher, Secretary, about the fornn (or the portrait 
schedule. 



Here we see Randy Wells, Advertising Manager, making the 
first contact of the year with Mr. Locke, the Book Store 
Manager. 



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rish, Business Manager, had 
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responsible job handling 
'59 Cobblestone. 



Don Hamilton and Sam Bowlln, Co-Subscriptlon-CIrculatlon 
Managers, handled publicity and the taking of orders. 




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CHORUS— Front: Mr. Wayne Batty, Annette Haas, Silvia Williams, Margaret Popejoy, Sally Walker, 
Dorothy Goodwyn, Sally Shealy, Mary Jo Payne, Lou Liverman, Bettie Hazelhurst. Middle: Shirley 
Beasley, Jane Atkins, Genie Spencer, Keith Eddins, Robert Jackson, Cliff Ford, Donald Annbrose, 
Marvin Russell, Arllne Shafer. Faye Gill. Rear: Viola Thornburg, Ernestine Barnes, Fred Clements, Bill 
Edwards, Zeb Norman, Ronald Luck, Robert Helmintoller, Moffat Moyer, Darlyle Worley, Charia 
Marcum, Jane Larson, Evelyn Ziegler. 



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The chorus of the Richmond Professional Institute is open to all students in 
the college, but is composed almost entirely of music majors. This year's 
group performed for various community activities, gave its annual Christ- 
mas concert in the gymnasium, and participated with other Richmond or- 
ganizations in the performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony given by 
the Richmond Symphony in April. 



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M^a^ ^ueen 




SENIORS 





BEVERLEY BASNIGHT 
Attendant 



MARY JO PAYNE 
Sweetheart 







LUCY BETTE CLEM 
Attendant 




JEAN ELIZABETH GROGG 
Attendant 




RINDA D. LAW 
Sweetheart 






MARGARET JONES 
Attendant 



Sweethearts and 



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NANCY ADAMS 
Attendant 



MARY ANN BELTON 
Sweetheart 



GRACE REID 
Attendant 



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FRESHMEN 






NANCY ROANE 
Attendant 



JEAN YEATTS 
Sweetheart 



IRIS VOLKMAN 
Attendant 



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LI LA ANN WALTERS 
McBee, South Carolina 



In order to recognize certain 
seniors who have contributed 
much of their tinne this year to 
work outside the classroom, 
the 1959 Cobblestone takes 
this opportunity to cite these 
six citizens: David Lee Rich- 
ards, president of SGA; Shir- 
ley Anne Stephenson, vice- 
president of SGA, whose 
work needs no explanation. 
Eugene Hunt, editor-in-chief 
of this book, who receives very 
little recognition for all the 
work which he has done (to 
say nothing of the ulcer) .... 




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.... Patricia Parrish, Business 
Manager of the book, another 
business major who has spent 
much of her senior year put- 
ting forth unrecognized ef- 
orts. Tom Robblns, the Editor 
of the Proscript for the first se- 
mester, and Virginia Foxwell, 
second semester Editor, both 
of whom received very little 
recognition for all of their ef- 
forts to produce a weekly pub- 
lication which would be of 
interest and value to the stu- 
dent body and the school. 
Many thanks to these campus 
citizens! 



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MARY ANN BELTON 
Ararat, Virginia 




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t was a wonderful day for 
the "rats" when they turned 
the tables on the Juniors. 

n this photograph, Win 
Johnson makes "mad, pas- 
sionate love" to a column. 




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It's the parade of beauties during the 
annual Variety Show held during 
S.G.A. Scholarship Week. 



Seven Twelve-ers and their dates enjoy one 
of the dances given by their dorm. 



Each week the Drama Department sponsored 
one-act plays. hHere we see the stars of two 

plays in costume. 




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Pro^crlpt 



Deadline for next week's copy and this week's issue occur 
simultaneously every Thursday for the people who make up 
the staff of the Proscript. Although students from other de- 
partments work on the paper, it is primarily a workshop for 
journalism students. 

News, Interviews, features, editorials and off-beat col- 
umns make the Proscript a miniature business. 

Students are informed of campus activities through the 
Proscript, and journalism majors receive the important on- 
the-job training that is necessary for today's newspaper man 
and woman. This year's paper was again selected Tops in 
the State at the VIPA Conference. 




Standing: Hugh Brown, 111, Louis Michaux, Gerald Cox, Faye Gill, Barbara Rubin, Carol Sandy, Donald 
Ikenberry, Claude Burrows, Thomas Robbins, Robert Boswell, Hugh Moore, Aiiistaire MacMillan. 
Seated: Charles Thomas, Ginger Foxwell, Mrs. Gertrude Curtler, Adviser. 



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FuUer was a gr ^^^^g 

the university °^J^,% earn his 
to withstand the heat 
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Master's of Educa ^^. 

Lay he is head oj *e ^^^^^^1 

est in the state. „ to RPI Mr. 

Asked why he ca-eY^,^ a 

WuUer said, ;B-\-;,„t to getl 

young '^^"■. ^^.hool" Mr. Ful-, 

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continue to grow 
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but we hope to make 
ter-" current enrollment 

■^^^^ loo'o students who take 
of some 2,000 sw ^^^^ ^^^ 

courses ranging «°^ .^3^ with 
^rsci^^cfa-dlt?^ -s.* 
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Miss MarK« --- „^r 

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^^ or l^^^^^^as started J^-^^.^e offerings 

■- BV Robert Beale L ,, <='^"^^'^^U?ect matter w^ij 

/ V Marks, head o£ the ^e^hnical suW ^^u- 

Wi^^ ^.^"^^ Education D e P a r t- professional and g ^^^^^^^, 

ment, wiU be ^^^ from No- ^ification. ...gtitution in the 

U- S- O^^r tough^^^'* ^'':\ RPl i- *^ °li combination ol 
ve^^^'^ ) Sr teacher prepara-1 „^try where this c^ ^.^^^.^ 

furtl.er develoP^^ ^,^,,ion. ^^ ^^f^TlS Distributiv. 

tion programs in m ^t^sence.^j ^^ school. The ^ ^^ 

WhUe on the l^ave states «^^on ^^^^^1 and offers a 

3,ewi«V>e working jHh ^^^ wiU ^d- ^ o£ Distributi^ b-^ ^^^_^^^^ 

in orgamxmg mate develop- ar degree J* ^.^lege 

be helpW ^.*^^e education. certificate P^^^J^^^^ents who have 

ment of if'^l^X\V that teachers ^^^.^.^es and studenj ^ 

-we tf /.^"education must be ^^^, pracU^al e-P" ^^^,te ^.ork 
of distributive ed ^^^^.^^^ j " also oflers e ^^^^^ ^ead- 

weU-grounded m ^^^^ p ac ^ part-time su>ti> 

retailing and must ^^^g d^s- ^„ ^ ^a^^^'^.l^ .'Our gvadu- 



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retailing and must ^^^g A^s-\ ^ masters deg ^^^. 

tical experience J J^e,i„„s of ^^^ Marks said ^^^^ ^^ 

ttibutive io^l^iZile sensitive! ^^„ .„ming pumarUy _^^^ ^^^^^ 

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ttibutive jobs Jd^^^t be sensitive! ^^^_ ^°"^^f ^TsTern and south- 
supervision, ^"JiJ, school students ^^^ f^om east ^^^^^^^^d 

^° fd'finloTaf as learning Patf^rnstate^^-^^;^ ......rds ot 

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Provost 



Dr. Henry HIbbs, Provost, has guided 
the Richmond Professional Institute 
from its beginning forty-two years 
ago, and through his tireless efforts 
has brought it to its present position, 
that of one of the largest colleges in 
Virginia. 




c4iilitant to 

Tjne Provost 

Mr. Curtis G. Keesee is now In his 
second year at RPI, serving as a co- 
ordinator for faculty, the director of 
admissions, and a teacher of educa- 
tion and religion classes, as well as 
handling many details which this job 
involves. 



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Juean of yiien 

Mr. William R. O'Connell, Jr., is known to 
nearly all the men of RPI through his work 
with the dornnitories, the off-campus housing 
file, and the friendly atmosphere of his office, 
which is always open for those who need help 
with their problems. 



JOean of Students 

Dr. Margaret L. Johnson is now completing 
her twenty-ninth year at RPI. As Dean of Stu- 
dents she is well known to all through her 
work with the Student Government organiza- 
tions and her "open-door policy" for all stu- 
dents. The students have also come to know 
"Davy," her twelve-year-old Cairn terrier. 



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ROBERT T. ENGLISH, JR. 



directory Luenlng^ CoUeg,e 

AAELVIN E. FULLER 




J^iorarlan 

ROSAMOND McCANNLESS 



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REGISTRAR'S OFFICE— Frances Hawskworth. Clyde Sourati, Adamyre Gibbs, 
Ruth Meelcs. Ethel RIebe, Registrar (sealed) 




BUSINESS OFFICE— Adeline Harding, Sarah Massle, Hazel Smith, Martha 
Jorstad. Ruth Butler, Jo Ann Pickels. Delia Shackelford, Gladys Tedder. 



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RIGHT: 

Annie P. SImms, Secretary to the Dean of Students: Mary Archer Collier, Sec- 
retary to the Dean of Men. 



BELOW: 

Iris Emory, Housekeeper: Helen Ross, Switchboard Operator, 



BOTTOM: 

Susan Lancaster, Lucille Terry, Elizabeth Fary, Library Staff. 








Stall 



RIGHT (top): Mary King, Secretary to the Provost. Bottom: Lillie Mae Ha 
College Nurse. 




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ART EDUCATION. ARTS & CRAFTS, FINE ART— The- 
resa Pollack, Charles C. Renicic, Ruth H. Hyland, Ad- 
viser, Art Education; Allan A. Eastman. Advsler, Arts 
& Crafts; Maurice Bonds, Department Head, Fine Art. 




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DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART— Lois Jane Quald, Raymond 
Hodges, Department Head; Thomas Holloway. 



SCHOOL OF DISTRIBUTION— John Hammond, Mary 
Lou Wellman. Thomas Wallace, Leonard Maiden, Nat- 
lie Kneeland, James O'Donnell, Katherine Bell, Louis 
Williams, Ralph Rush, Director. Absent: Mary Marks, 
Distributive Education Adviser. 



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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS— Above: Howard H. Davis, 
Marvin Ingram, David Willis, Dr. Kenneth Zimmer, Di- 
rector; Russell Johnston, Charles Reap, Prosper Hill. 
Left: John Lambert, Mary McGinty, Elnora Overley, 
Woodie Tucker, Jackie Williams, Dr. Zimmer. 




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SCHOOL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY— Elizabeth Messick, Director; 
William Sparks, Anna Doudlah, Eleanor Wolfe. 



SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE— Malcolm Murrill, 
Leverett Yoder, Charles Foster, Director; Ralph Green, George Kennedy, 
John Morgan. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH— Betty Lloyd, Allan Brown, Department Head; 
Frederick Stoutamire, Jr., Elizabeth Smith, James Pendleton, Miles Woods, 
Juliet Woodson. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC— Leslie Beadles, Volney Shepard, Chairman of Fac- 
ulty; Jean McConnell, Thomas Warner, Donald Tennant, Department Head, 
Music Education; Milton Cherry, Wayne Batty, Iver Coleman. 




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SCHOOL OF NURSING— Geraldlne Hoffman, Grace Hospital; Ruth 
Childs, St. Elizabeth's Hospital and R.P.I.; Nettie Nicholas. St. Elizabeth's 
Hospital; Olive J. Faulkner, Director; Kathryn Newcome, Grace Hospital; 
Marie Osterman, Grace Hospital. 



SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE— Lewis Goldstein, Walter Richards, Bev- 
erly Sobel, Jane Bell Gladding, Mary Kapp, Director; William Seelman, 
Margaret May, Katherine Weaver, Peggy Watts. 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY— John Morgan, R. Cooper Bailey, William 
Sparks, John Ankeney, Director. 





SCHOOL OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE— Front: Alden Bigelow, History; 
Melvin Fuller, Education; Howard Davis, Government; J. Marshall Snelling, 
Sociology. Rear: Curtis Keesee, Education; Lois Washer, Sociology Ad- 
viser; Pearl Burford, Education Adviser; Albert Rogers, History Department 
Head; Marvin Ingram, History. 



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SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION COUNSELING— Graduate— Wade O. 
Stalnaker, Director; William Wright. 



SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY— Undergraduate and Graduate— Donald 
Ogdon. Dell Lebo, Edwin Thonnas, Director; John Blalce. 



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK— Graduate— Anna Fischer, Bette Davis, Ruth 
Boyer, Aiieen Shane, Lois Washer, Dr. George Kalif, Director (standing). 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS— Tom DeWitt, Beverly Basnight, Mary Jo Payne, Betsy Snider, Mllo Hoots. 



Senior ClaiA 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 



TOM DeWlTT 

BEVERLY BASNIGHT 

MARY JO PAYNE 

MILO HOOTS 

BETSY SNIDER 




SCHOLARSHIP KEYS— Albert Roten, Virginia Kirschbaum, Elwood Austin, Rhona Peck. 



Senior cnward^ 



The seniors pictured on these two pages will receive keys from the College 
for outstanding efforts in the areas listed. The Cobblestone takes pleasure 
in presenting them to you and extends Its congratulations to each of these 
deserving seniors. 



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LEADERSHIP KEYS — Shirley Stephenson, David 
Richards, Marilyn Ende. 




ART ACHIEVEMENT KEYS— Jean Lee, Costume 
Design; Robert Brushwood, Art Education: Boyer 
Richardson, MIlo Hoots, Interior Design. February 
Graduates Not Pictured: Bernard Martin, Fine Arts; 
George Woltz, Commercial Art. 



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Arianne Adelsohn 

BOGOTA, COLOMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA 
B. S. in Business 

William Donald Ambrose 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music Education 

Clyde Claude Anderson, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 




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Reba Law Anderson 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Carlene Creasy Andes 

BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Jane Morisey Atkins 

CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Music 



Eilwood Ernest Austin 

SANDSTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Mary Kay Bachman 

BLUFF CITY, TENNESSEE 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 

Joy E. Bartholomew 

RENSSELAER, NEW YORK 
B.S. in Social Science 



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Beverley Anne Basnight 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Kristine Ann Baumgardner 

CHILLICOTHE, OHIO 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Diana Ward Bauserman 

WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 



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Harold N. Bazemore 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Suzanne Beckstoffer 

RICHMOND VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Aubrey Belcher 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 



Elva Horace Binns 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Doris A. Blanton 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Susan Frances Bloom 

JACKSON, NORTH CAROIINA 
B.S. In Social Science 



Bettie Nash Brakebill 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Dramatic Art 

Lorence N. Bredahl 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Lawrence Gibbs Brittle 

ELLERSON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



Raleigh Earl Britton, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Art Education 

Frank L. Brooks 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Drannatlc Art 

George Dillon Burroughs 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Applied Psychology 




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Mary Elizabeth Butterworth 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Twila Margaret Campbell 

FAIRFIELD, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Dramatic Art 

Oleathia Heath Carlton 

URBANNA, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

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Benjamin G. Carmines 

HAMPTON. VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

J. Melvin Cary 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. In Business 

Ronald Hart Chandler 

MEBANE, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. In Advertising 



Gary Knox Chapman 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

William Donald Chumney 

MANNBORO, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 

James Vinton Clarke, Jr. 

BRODNAX, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 



Lucy Bette Clem 

SALEM, VIRGINIA 

B.F.A, in Fashion lllustrati 

Robert Coleman 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Jan Coomber 

WALWORTH, NEW YORK 
B.S. in Social Science 



Peggy Ann Cullers 

RICHMOND VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Thomas E. DeWitt 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Educatioi 

Anne Lewis Dickenson 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Commercial Art 



Emily Lockhart Diclcerson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Mary Elizabeth Diradour 

HOPEWELL. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Frederick E. Edwards 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Advertising 





Marilyn Ruth Ende 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 

John Joseph Eriman 

CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 
B.S. in Business 

Harris M. Farrell 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Connmercial Art 





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Morton P. Fisher 

WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK 
B. S. in Business 

Walter H. Flippin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

William Fones 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Judith Foxwell 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Bruce L. Gailes 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

James Alton Garlick 

COLONIAL HEIGHT, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 




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Wayne Bryant Garris 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 



Olin Reginald Gates, Jr. 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Hunter H. George, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Commercial Art 

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Carol Ann Gravely 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
6.S. in Social Scienca 

Edgar Poe Gray 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Gerald H. Gregory 

MANASSAS, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 





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Sandra Elizabeth Gregory 

SANDSTON. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Donald Neil Hamilton 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

LeRoy Hamilton 

FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 



George Loyd Hanson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Education 



June Allison Harding 

EMPORIA, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Dramatic Art 

David Edwin Hawthorne, Jr. 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 
B. S. In Business 



Bettie Anne Haielhurst 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Dennis Heady, Jr. 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

John Raymond Henderson, Jr. 

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

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William G. Hendrick 

ROANOKE. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Advertising 

Joseph F. Henry 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

William Curtis Herbert, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 



Milo Taft Hoots, Jr. 

FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 

Betsy Holt 

PRINCETON, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 

Luther H. Hubbard 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Education 



Benjamin Herbert Hudson 

RHOADSVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Eugene Harold Hunt 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Donald S. Ikenberry 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



Janet Dorothy Jarvis 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Mary C. Jeanette 

ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Frances Elaine Jenkins 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 









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Margaret Johnson 

WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 

Nancy Ethel Johnson 

BEDFORD, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

John P. Jordan 

NEWBERN, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

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Edward Patrick Joyce 

BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Gwendolyn Ann Kersey 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Ann Kirby 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



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Virginia Freda KirscHbautn 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 

Mary Anne Leatherwood 

BLACK MOUNTAIN. NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Richard Ledford 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 



Addie Lillian Lee 

GLADYS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Jean Marie Lee 

FAIRBANKS, ALASKA 
B.F.A. in Costume Design 

Elizabeth A. Lupton 

LANCASTER, NEW YORK 
B.S. in Occupational Thera 



Jim Manning 

LOUDON, OHIO 

B F.A. in Dramatic Art 

Anne Robbie Marshall 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Berkley S. Martin 

BRACEY, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



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David D. McLean 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Carol Jean McManus 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Art Education 

William Harvey McWilliams 

AURORA, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 





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Carol Louise Miller 

VALLEY COTTAGE, NEW YORK 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Jean Lav/rence Miller 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Applied Science 

Sandra Louise Mills 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 






John E. Mitchell, Jr. 

LAURINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Robert L. Moore 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

John F. Morrison 

ASHLAND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Ernest Donald Moseley 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Christine A. Nelson 

Vv'INTER PARK, FLORIDA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Donald Burton Norris 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 




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ORANGE, VIRGINIA 


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RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 






B.S. in Retailing 






Theresa Ann Obaugh 




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Donroy Ober 

BAYSIDE. VIRGINIA 
6. S. In Business 

Ann Ernestine Owen 

EMPORIA, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Richard Lee Owen 

BOYKINS, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Comnnerclal Art 



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Fannie Papayanis 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Florence Carolyse Parker 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Milton Parker, III 

BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. In Interior Design 








Richard Lannar Parler 

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Applied Psychology 

Patricia Lee Parrish 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. in Business 

Eugene H. Payne 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B. S. In Business 



Mary Jo Payne 

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music 

William Overton Payne, Jr. 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Rhona Esther Peck 

PORTSI^OUTH. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

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Margaret Popejoy 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music 

Ralph Douglas Pritchard 

SANDSTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Alfred Rabin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



Mary Barbara Raines 

ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Jane Rapp 

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 
B.S. in Social Science 

Phillip Roscoe Redman 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Art Education 



David Lee Richards 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Distributive Education 

Margaret Roper 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 

Eleanor Winn Rose 

SANDSTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 










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Albert Lewis Roten 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Robert Greham Sanderson 

CARTERSVILLE. VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 

Charles Nicholas Satterfield 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Dorothy Schroeder 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Charles Hendricks Seward 

SURRY, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Arline Martha Shafer 

GLEN ALLEN, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Mvsic Education 

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Rupert Ansel Shank, Jr. 

FLOYD, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Naomi Shulman 

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Rosalind Diane Singer 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
B.S. In Occupational Therapy 






Wilbur Marvin Sirles 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Patricia Page Smith 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Emelie McNair Snider 

SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 



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Donald H. Snodgrass 

LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.S. in Distributive Education 

Luther Easley Spencer 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Janice E. Stargeil 

ORANGE, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Art Education 



Shirley Anne Stephenson 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Linda Lee Sullivan 

BATESVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Barbara Lee Sulton 

ROCKY MOUNT, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 

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Nancy Ellen Taliaferro 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

David E. Thonnas 

MECHANICSVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Donald Cooper Thompson 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Peggy Anne Thompson 

LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 

Connie Wilson Tobin 

BENTONVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Robert Wilson Vass 

RICHMOND VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Ronna Jane Vaughn 

LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Distributive Education 

Ann Genett Waldrop 

ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 
B.S. in Social Science 

Nancy Mae Walker 

KENBRIDGE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 



Allen L Wallace 

RICHMOND VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Llla Walters 

McBEE. SOUTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Costume Design 

Elizabeth Hightower Welch 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 



David Adair Whitaker, Jr. 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Bonnie N. Williams 

MORRISVILLE, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Vivian Nadine Williams 

BATTLEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

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Robert Carroll Wilkerson 

CHINCOTEAGUE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Advertising 

David L. Wilson 

PULASKI, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

George Wilson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Aaron Louis Winer 

RICHMOND VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

John William Yarrington, Jr. 

SALUDA. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Charlene Elizabeth Alexander 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 






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Lonola Baldwin 

LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 

Barbara Dianne Bevell 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 

Lenora Jane Buckley 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 






Mary Margaret Davis 

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Interior Design 

Astrid Dietrich 

LONDON, OHIO 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 

Shirley Rose Etheridge 

WHITAKERS, NORTH CAROLINA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Commercial Art 



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Ruth Marie Garver 

LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Business Administration 

Virginia Carolyn Griffith 

GEORGE WASHINGTON'S 81 RTHPLACE. VIRGINIA 

Two-Year Certificate 

Retailing 

Ann Lewis Grubb 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 





Francoise Jeane Hautekeet 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 

Frances Shelton Henderson 

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Advertising 

Clorice Roxanne Higgins 

BELFAST, MAINE 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 






Irene Virginia Jackowski 

PORT RICHK/IOND, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 

Dixie Ellyn Kegley 

DECATUR, GEORGIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 

Joan Elizabeth Moore 

CULPEPER, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 



Carol Lea Nizer 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 

Judy Elizabeth Peery 

POTOMAC BEACH, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 

Marilyn Lee Piasters 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Costume Design 








Susan Potter 

HOLLISTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 

Linda Rannsaur 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Costume Design 



Betsy L. Snider 

WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

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Marcia Sue Sweet 

MfKEESPORT, PENNSYLVANIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Secretarial Science 

Patricia Joyce Theis 

MONROE, NEW YORK 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 

Michael Womble 

ROCKY MOUNT, NOkTH CAROLINA 

Two-Year Certificate 

Retailing 





Drusilla Darlene West 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
Three-Year Certificate 
Fashion Illustration 

Betty Wilson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
Two-Year Certificate 
Retailing 










Left to Right: Karen Harshbarger. Margaret Jones, Janet Bond, Bill Parker, Shirley Etheridge, Judy Waldorf, Bob Bucha 



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OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 

Alternate 



BOB BUCHANAN 

JUDY WALDORF 

KAREN HARSHBARGER 

SHIRLEY ETHERIDGE 

BILL PARKER 

JANET BOND 



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Phyllis Baker Carol Ball Judy Beall Dorofhy Beard Shirley Beasley Ronald Bell 

Janet Bond Robert Boswell Marylen Bowker Sam Bowlin Patricia Boyd Lynne Brillheart 




Jane Broaddus 
Mildred Costen 



Louis Campbell 
Carolyn Darden 



James Clark Frederick Clements 

Jan Devore Corella Diven 



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Elizabeth Dusco 
Veronica Giella 



Carole Edwards Edward English Dorothy Forrester Jim Gannon Auton Gibbs 

Betty Jean Grogg Robert Hall Margaret Hammack Homer Handy Joan Harper 



Lucy Harris 
Joan Hudgins 



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Karen Harshbarger Leona Hiclts 

I.Winn Johnson Beverly Jone 



Horace Hill 
Elwood Kelley 



Mary Helton 
Howard Kerpelman 



Robert Holland 
Rosalind King 







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Frances Kinzie Donald Klosle 

Carolyn Lindstrom Grace Linton 



Lewis Lanham 
Shawn Mabley 



Lewis V. Lanhar 
Helen Martin 



Jane Larson Neva Lewis 

Kimlah McCurdy William McQuall 




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Sara Ann Penington Thomas Perdue 



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Jane Ruffin Nelson Sandridge George Schraudt III 



Anna Rudacille Joseph Rudder 

Sy Shames Raudolph Shifflet 



Nina Rudenko 
Mabel Pat Skipper 



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Mary Martin Smithwick Tom Soles Rebecca Spicer 

William Stoney Gwendolyn Taylor Harrell Tice 



Sharon Stark 
Judith Van Doren 



Joan Steider Robert Stephenson 

Judith Waldorf Eileen Wallace 









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Anne Wigg 
Sylvia Williams 
Nancy Wood 



Diana Lee Wyand 
Alice York 

Robert York 



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Left to Right: Mr. Raymond Hodges, Bob Buchanan, Judy Waldorf, Donald Pond, 
Janet Bond, Win Johnson, Margaret Jones, Bill Parker, Sally Nicar. 




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Belton. 



OFFICERS 

President FRANK DuPRIEST 

Vice-President JAMES GOULDIN 

Secretary RUTH GARVER 

Treasurer MARY ANN BELTON 

S.G.A. Representative LINDA MENARD 

S.G.A. Alternate SUE CARTER 

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Leslie Ackiss Eva Adams 

William Ayers Anne Behle 



Nancy Ada 
Anita Bell 



Mary Allison 
Mary Ann Belton 



Natalie Ashton 
Robert Bishop 



Janet Aycock 
Patricia Boxley 




David Bullock Ray Burgess 

Otis Childress, Jr. Diana Chinn 



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Stuart Cochran Betty Cole 

James Dunn Frank DuPriest 



Elizabeth Cowan Jackie Cox 

Dennis Edge Sue Fairall 



Jacquelyn Cupp Ralph Dickerson 

Edward Faulber, Jr. Barry Felt 



Sopltomore^^ ClaAi o/ i96i 



Mary Lou Ferrall 
David Garrett, Jr 



Waverly Fitch 
Paul Gholson 



Sheila Fries Ann Kay Gardm 

Sterling Giannette, Jr. James Gouldin 



Barbara Gardn 
Francis Grahar 



Gary Garner 
Elaine Grandis 




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Bruce Gregory 
James Hill 



Elizabeth Harman 
Judy Holtgrewe 



Robert Helmintoller 
Anne Hopkins 



Gay Fleidelbert 
Elizabeth Hughet 



Anne Helber 
Tommye Hughes 



Dieter Herterich 
Richard James 




Charles Jepsen, Jr. 
Donna LInzy 



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Bartlett Johnston 
Elizabeth LItos 



Cynthia Joyner Ann Kane 

Ronald Livingston Larry Long 



Mary Jane Kelley 
Mary Lyon 



Kariiene Kruse 
Martha Manning 



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Harriet Morris Sara Munns Barbara Naltalin 



Carolyn McLean 
Barbara Neese 



Carolyn Melton Linda Menard 

Gene Parker Sandra Paul 



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Beverly Roper 




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Margaret Strusch Helen Tompkins Gerald Vaughan 

Patricia Webb Richard Weed Harold Wescott 




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Foreground: Judd Schreibfeder, Richard Manuel. Background: David Ashtsn, Paul Apperson, Sarah 
Lou Ralston. David Burns, Nancy Roane, Randy Wells. 



OFFICERS 

President JUDD SCHEIBFEDER 

Vice-President RICHARD MANUEL 

Secretary NANCY ROANE 

S.G.A. Representative PAUL APPERSON 

Treasurer DAVID BURNS 

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Elizabeth Anderson 



Margaret Angelo 
Wayne Appelnna 



Paul Apperson 
Virginia Axelson 



Carl Barrow 
Harry Batkins 



Yvonne Benham 
Ellen Black 



Ted Boothe 
Richard Brown 



Raynnond Carmines 
Jerry Cavin 



Kui SheeChin 
Geraldine Claude 



Julia Baker 
Ernestine Barnes 



Virginia Baunack 
Robert Beale 



James Blackwell.Jr 
John Blunt 



Peggy Buckne 
David Burns 



Evelyn Casey 
WaltaChandle 



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Anne Cohen 



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Marion Colema. 



Ronnie Crews 
William Damerson, III 



Diane Danneil 
JaneDovel 



Francis Dutton 
Robert Eagle 



Barbara Flippe 
Qwenn Foster 



Frank Fuller 
Patricia Geisst 



Edgar Grant 
Mavis Gregg 



Gary Coley 
Barbara Cox 



Janet Deal 
Andrew Dlilon 



Marshall Dowdy 
Jean Durrelt 



Douglas Elmore 
Pat FItchett 



Bettsy Eraser 
Doris French 



James Gillespie 
Gessle Glover 



Jane Grubb 
James Guinsburg 



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Levie Hall 




Thomas Hamme 






Thomas Hanser 




Mary Harris 


Wayne Harris 




James Hayden 






Smith Henry 




Margaret Hewitt 


Robert Holloway 




Peggy Ann Hopkins 






Jane Howerton 




William Humphr 


Grover Huskey 




Ronald Jackson 






Peggy Jessup 




James Jones 


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Nancy Jordon 






Joan Kasdorf 




John Kemp 


Paul Kieth 




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Mary Krupski 




Margaret Level 


Russell Linton 




Richard Manuel 






Charla Marcum 




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Robert McComb 



Charles Merilzler 
Linda Messersmith 



Evelyn Miller 
Jean Miller 



Kenneth Miller 
Charles Mills 



Howard Minor, Jr 
Judith Moon 



Lewis Morgan 
Robert Mothershead 



Thomas Musselman 
Eugene Murray 



Janet Newell 
Julia Newell 



Richard Nichols 
Ruth Parker 



William Parker 
Jane Pearse 



Betty Phillips 
Carolyn Polus 



Marjorie Porter 
Henry Previs 



Nancy Rawson 
Dennis Reed 



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Robert Reline 
James Revell 



CarU Rice 
Robert Richards 



Dorothy Riddle 
Patricia Ried 



John RIeves 
Joan Rigney 



Elmer Rilenour 
Carol Anne Robbins 



Rachel Robinson 
Gloria Runion 



Emily Russell 
John Russell 



Marven Russell 
William Russell 



David Sandridge, Jr. 
PatScholl 



Joyce Schmit 
Graig Schneide 



Judd Schreibfeder 
Jo Ann Schwallenburg 



Patricic Scott 
Betsy Smith 



Llewellyn Snead 
Sylvia Snyder 



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Genie Spencer 




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Homer Springer, Jr 
Susan Strather 



Robert Steele 

Archie James Stein, Jr 



Robert Stone 
Rosemary Stoots 



Carl Swan 
James Thomas 



Burke Thompson, Jr. 
Donald Thompson 



Linda Thompson 
Viola Thornburg 



Robert Tipton 
Rebecca Troutman 



Harry Turner 
Robert G.Turner 



Robert L. Turne 
Fay Utter 



Margaret Vaughn 
F. J.Velante 



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Martha Wagon 



Gesrge Waller 
James Walker 



James Walton 
Talmadge Watso 



Garrett Wells 
Oliver West 



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Michael White 
Arnold Whitehead 



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Susan Will 
Albert Womble 



Margaret Wright 
Ronald Yaffe 

Lillian Zehmer 




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Devils Battle Tigers Tonight 
In Little Eight Opening Game 



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Milam's Cagers 
Favored To Win 
Loop Title Again 

RPI's Green Devils will make 
their 1958-59 Little Eight debut to- 
night (Thursday) when they jour- 
ney to Death Valley to take on the 
Tigers of Hampden-Sydney. 

The Tigers have been named by 
most sportswriters as the team. to 
beat in the Little Eight this year. 
Coach Claude Milam has four ot 
last year's starting five back for 
another session on the hardwoods 
and is a prime favorite to wipe up 
matters in the loop. 

They took honors last year with 
a record ot 11-1. The Tigers were 
second in the tough Mason-Dixon 
Conference. 

Hampden-Sydney is led by for- 
ward Bobby Lloyd and guard Ver- 
nelle Martin, both of whom made 
the All-Little Eight team last sea- 
son. RPI will probably be more 
concerned with guard Leon 
Hawker, the little man with the big 
set shot. 

Hawker Sinks RPI 

Hawker is tlie player who sank 
that controversial two-pointer in 
the final five seconds of the game 
at Hampden-Sydney last year that 
meant defeat for RPI, 52-50. 

Tiger center Gil Sayres is the 
tallest man on the squad at 6'6". 
Sayres last year was named to the 
Little Eight second team. The 
other starter will be Larry Ham- 
mer. Hammer alternated at for- 
ward last year with Horsley Putt, 

RPI mentor Ed Allen wiU prob- 
ably start three guards, as he did 
in the Alumni game, in an effort to 
stop the high-scoring Tigers. The 
forwards will be Gene Bourne and 
Jimmy Craven, normally a guard. 
The center is slated to be Don 
Kloske, while Jim Bailie and Kelly 
Bazemore will fill out the guard 
slots. 



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Varsity Downs 
Alumni Five 
By 94-38 

The Varsity humiliated the 
Alumni for the second straight 
year on Nov. 22, as the Green 
Devils trounced the "old grads" by 
the lopsided score of 94-38 in the 
annual Scholarship Drive basket- 
ball game. 

Despite the fact that the Alumni 
had the most potent squad seen in 
years, the ex-stars could not find 
the range, frequently hitting the 
rim of the basket or nothing at all. 

The varsity was led by Jimmy 
Craven EUid Bill Nunnally with 15 
and 13 points respectively. In all, 
five men hit in double figures for 
the winners. The Alumni's top 
scorer was Milt Bailey with nine. 1 

Others in double figures for the | 
Devils were Bill Parker with 11, 
and Don Kloske and Steve Peeples 
with 10 apiece. 




Rafters Resound as Coeds Try Cheers 



"Fight, team, fight!" 

This was only one of several 
hearty cheers that vibrated through 
the gym at recent tryouts for 
cheerleaders. 

Since Monday, Oct. 6, the girls 
practiced each evening with the 
present squad, who are: Ann Ker- 
sey; Rinda Law; Ann Gardner; 



Ruth Garver; Lucy Harris; and 
Carolyn Melton. 

The girls practiced vigorous 
cheer exercises, learned the words 
to the different verses, and tried 
to perfect uniform rhythm. 

"You look scared," remarked 
one cheerleader to a rather be- 
wildered tryout. 



"I am scared!" 

As Carolyn Melton enthuslastl- 
caUy stated. "I'm just looking for- 
ward to the games. We had a won- 
derful time last year." 

The last formal practice ended 
yesterday (Wednesday), when the 
officers of the Monogram Club 
chose four new cheerleaders plus 
two alternates to join the present 
group. The squad captain will be 
selected in a few weeks. 

The cheerleaders will be present 
at all home games, but are hoping 
to attend more games away from 
RPI this year. 



Seven Veterans, Five Newcomers Survive 
Final Chop By Green Devils' Mentor Allen 



The 1958-59 version of RPI's 
Green Devils goes into full scale 
practice this week after 12 men 
survived the final pre-season cut 
by coach Ed Allen. 

Allen achieved a measure of 
balance in putting his team to- 
gether. His cagers include five 
forwards, a like number of guards, 
and a pair of centers, including 
junior Bill Parker who has played 
forward for two years. 

The squad has seven veterans: 
two forwards, two centers, and 
three guards. The forwards are 



Bill Nunpally and Gene Bourne, 
veterans; and Jim Pratt, Randy 
Blunt and Carroll McKinney, new- 
comers. 

The centers are returnees Don 
Kloske and Parker. Backcourt 
men include Jimmy Craven, Jim 
Bailie, and Kelly Bazemore. vet- 



erans; 
Peepl* 



and Tom Woods and Steve 
s, both freslimen. 



In 1917, Secretary of War New- 
ton D. Baker issued Dr. Hibbs a 
furlough from his station at Camp 
Lee so that he could found the 
school destined to become RPI. 






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The athletic program here at RPI has been one of continued expansion for 
the past few years. Although a teann is not always successful in its battle 
for victory, it is in there with a fighting spirit. Led by Coach Ed Allen, the 
men's varsity basketball team took a step forward this year In participating 
in the North-South Tourney in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Last spring, 
after the '58 Cobblestone went to press, the men's volleyball team won 
first place In the Virginia Inter-Collegiate Tourney. The softball team also 
won first place in the Virginia State Inter-Collegiate Softball Tourney, de- 
feating Maryland U., Virginia Tech, and Roanoke College for the cham- 
pionship. Although the baseball season was not successful as far as wins 
are concerned, much valuable experience was gained by the team mem- 
bers. At the time of this year's publication, the baseball team Is out work- 
ing hard on what seems can be a successful season. The athletic program 
for girls, under the direction of Coach Nancy Alexander, is also one of 
rapid expansion. The girls' varsity basketball team had one of Its best sea- 
sons this year, with five wins and nine losses. There was also an Intramural 
program for girls this year offering volleyball and basketball. This spring 
the girls' tennis team has been working hard and qtq looking forward to a 
successful season. 



Coaches Nancy Alexander and Edward Allen 




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Harold Bazemore, Stephen Peeples, Tom Woods, Cirrol McKinney, Will 
Coach Allen, Don Kloske, Randolph Blunl, Gene Bourne, James Crave 
Jim Dunn (Manager). 

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Parler, William Nunnally 
James Pratt, James Bailie 



Basketball — 1958-59: The Green Devils, under the direction of Coach Ed 
Allen, finished their twenty-two game schedule with a ten-won/ twelve-lost 
record. Jimmy Craven was captain of this year's squad. A highlight of 
the season was participation in the North-South Tourney, played in New 
Bedford, Massachusetts, December 28 and 29. The Green Devils palced 
second in the turney action, losing the finals by six points to the host team, 
New Bedford Tech. Team members not returning next season are Jim 
Bailie, Kelly Bazemore, and Don Kloske. Each of these players has been 
an asset to the team and will be missed next year. 

New Bedford Tourney: The Green Devil Twelve, Coach Allen, and the team 
manager arrived back in Richmond the day after Christmas to travel to 
New Bedford Massachusetts, to participate in the first annual North-South 
Tourney sponsored by the Seafood Producers Association of that city. In 
the opening round the Green Devils staged a 75-69 come-from-behind 
victory over Stonehill College of Massachusetts. The following night New 
Bedford Tech moved ahead In the second half to win over the hard-work- 
ing Devils by only six points. Losing in the finals, RPI gained many values 
not measurable by a win or loss. After the team returned to Richmond, the 
school received letters of compliments for its good impressions made there. 
Congratulations to the team members! 



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Two points for RPI as Jii 
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and Bill Parler look 



Jim Bailie (No. 35) dribbles downcourt for a two-pointer, be- 
ing fouled by an aggressive Lynchburg player. 




TEAM PLAYED 




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MCV 




46 


51 


Hampden-Sydney College 




72 


58 


Lynchburg College 




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85 


Bridgewater College 




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60 


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44 


Baltimore University 




63 


61 


Newport News Apprentice 




51 


64 


North-South Tourney: (Stonehill) 




69 


75 


(New Bedford 


Tech) 


78 


72 


Lynchburg College 




56 


60 


Newport News Apprentice 




83 


63 


UTS 




58 


68 


Roanoke College 




62 


63 


Norfolk William and Mary 




80 


65 


Randolph-Macon College 




68 


55 


hIampden-Sydney College 




89 


69 


MCV 




59 


85 


Southeastern University 




67 


77 


Norfolk William and Mary 




101 


70 


Bridgewater College 




70 


72 


Randolph-Macon College 




77 


60 


Roanoke College 




76 


59 



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Rinda Law, Captain 
Ruth Carver Ann Stroud 

Mary Ann Belton Ann Gardner 

Lucy Harris Robin Cregg 

Anne Kersey Carolyn Melton 

Jean Level Genie Spencer 



The attractive RPI Cheerleaders, in an effort to pro- 
mote the Athletic Teams, did a job of which anyone 
could be proud. Their display of school spirit and 
untiring enthusiasm in all situations proved helpful 
to the teams and spectators. The support of these 
attractive co-eds is appreciated by all members of 
the teams. 



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Adding three new teams and scheduling two games 
with some teams resulted in a fourteen-game sched- 
ule for the girls' basketball team, of which they won 
five. This was an improvement over last year's team. 
More interest was shown in girls' basketball this sea- 
son as it began to create interest among the student 
body. The team members selected Katherine Bulger 
for the Edward Bigger Most Valuable Player trophy. 
The team is coached by Coach Nancy Alexander. 



QirU (Basketball 



TEAM PLAYED THEY 

Newport News Owls 41 

Newport News Owls 33 

Lynchburg College 48 

Lynchburg College 34 

Hampton 29 

Mary Washington College 44 

Hampton 23 

Bridgewater College 78 

William and Mary 38 

Lynchburg College 79 

Bridgewater College 57 

Averett College 25 

Westhampton College 78 

Roanoke College 44 



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28 
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39 
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Rear: Barbara Bowry, Pat Sheridan, Peggy Peters, Suzanne 
LeGore, Juanlta Jaughn. Middle: Sally Woodford, Joanne 
Harris, Tommy Ellis, Connie Revelle, Virginia Johnson, Miss 
Alexander, Coach. Front: Nadine Whimmer, Nancy Atland, 
Pat Richie, Katherine Bulger. 



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BASEBALL TEAM— Front Row (left to right): Elwood Kelly, Manager; John Walker, Tom Wright, Buddy 
Denton, Ralph Pritchard, Joe MacNamee, Paul Gholson, Sam Bowlln, Steve Peeples, Don Hayes, Man- 
ager. Second Row: Mike Curren, Coach Allen, Bob Hazelwood, Tom Woods, Don Thompson, Bob 
Hanchey, Lou Lanham, Kelly Bazemore. 




JSa^ehall TJeant 



SCORES— 1958 

TEAM PLAYED THEY WE 

University of Delaware 1 1 8 

Lynchburg College 6 5 

Lynchburg College 6 I 

Newport News Apprentice 8 9 

Bridgewater College 6 3 

Norfolk William and Mary 4 2 

Randolph-Macon College 13 13 

Norfolk William and Mary 7 2 

Newport News Apprentice I 10 

Randolph-Macon College 23 7 

New Bedford Tech 1 i 8 

Totals: 9 Losses, 2 Wins 



March 21 
April 7 
April 8 
April 9 
April 1 I 
April 14 
April 16 
April 18 
April 22 
April 25 
April 28 
May 5 
May 9 
May 14 .. 



SCHEDULE— 1 959 

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dford Tech 

Fort Lee 

hIampden-Sydney College 

Lynchburg College 

Norfolk William and Mary 

Bridgewater College 

Norfolk Navy 

Newport News Apprentice 
Newport News Apprentice 
Lynchburg College 
Randolph-Macon College 
Norfolk William and Mary 
Randolph-Macon College 
Pembroke State College 



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von early in the season. 



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Suffering from the lack of pitcfners .fhe 1957-58 
baseball team won only two of its eleven games. 
Many times tfie players who were able to pitch 
for the team did so without any rest. Considering 
that circumstance, they did well to win the games 
they did. The field was well manned, but when 
the pitching staff is short it is almost impossible to 
have a successful season. Many of the players 
returned to this year's team, which is looking for- 
ward to a successful season as this year's Cobble- 
stone goes to press. 



Is this how you see it? Through the fence at Byrd Parle we see 
everyone standing ready for the next bit of action. 



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Coach Ed Allen gives the Athletic Dean Margaret Johnson presenting Mr. Edward Bigger presented the Mr. Bigger presented Katherine Bui- 
Department Award to Don Kloste, her "Dean of Students Trophy" to "Sportsmanship Trophy" to Gene ger with the first annual sportsman- 
the "most valuable player." James Craven. Bourne. This award is given by the ship award for the girls' varsity team. 

Slater System. 




VOLLEYBALL — Gene Bourne, Captain of the 1959 
Volleyball Team, displays the trophies won both last 
year and this year by the team at the Virginia College 
Tourney. 



SOFTBALL — As this book goes to press the time for the 
Virginia Inter-Collegiate competition in Softball has not 
arrived, but Jimmy Craven, Captain of the '59 team, 
has a hopeful look In his eye as he displays the trophy 
won by the 1958 team. 



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Religious Unit 
Sets Schedule 
Of Programs 

The Westminster Fellowship has 
announced its programs for March 
and April. 

On Sundays: March 8, "John Cal- 
vin"; March 15, "The Church"; 
March 22, "Easter Program"; 
April 12, "Alone in the Crowd"; 
April 19, "How to Study the Bible"; 
April 26, a movie, "How We Got 
Our Bible". 

On Thursdays: March 5. 12— 
Bible Study of 1st. Peter conducted 
by Anne Leatherwood; March 19— 
Study of Buddha's Religion by 
Laurie Dougherty; March 26— 
Three Character Studies from Old 
Testament by Marty Reynolds. 



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Student government 
cA^^ocia tion 



The purpose of the Student Government Is two-fold: First, 
It Is the governing and regulating body for the social activi- 
ties of all undergraduate students, and second. It is a sound- 
ing board for student opinion. Student questions or prob- 
lems are transmitted through their elected representatives 
to the president of Student Government, who in turn relays 
them to the proper administrative officials for solution or 
alleviation of the problem. This basic principle of self-gov- 
ernment builds a stronger relationship between students and 
administration, and prepares students to take their place In 
a society built around the principles of government for the 
people and by the people. This year's officers, pictured at 
right, are: David Richards, President; Shirley Stephenson, 
Vice-President; Jean Grogg, Secretary, and Billy Ayers, 
Treasurer. 

The work of Student Government is carried out through 
three very distinct but well Integrated councils, each with 
its own particular area of responsibility. 




INTER-DORM COUNCIL— Betsy Snider, Margaret Johnson, Jean Grogg, Lucy 
Clem, Jean Lee, Shirley Stephenson, Sandra Mills, Elizabeth Sour, Nancy Johnson. 




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Tom DeWitt, Dean Johnson, Adviser; Shirley Stephenson, David Richards, William Ayers, Frank Du 
Priest, Bob Buchanan, Jean Grogg. 



Executive Council 



The first of these councils is the Executive Council. The Executive Council 
is made up of the four Student Government officers and the presidents of 
the senior, junior and sophomore classes. It is the policy-making council 
for Student Government and serves as a hearing board for any matters 
pertaining to the student body. It also awards the Student Government 
scholarships each year and approves plans for the three annual formal 
dances, the plans for orientation for incoming freshmen and any other ideas 
that may come up for student control. 



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Front Row: Lucy Clem, William Chumney, Closs Jeanette, Mllo Hooh. 

Second Row: Anne Leatherwood, Betsy Holt, Elizabeth Lupton, Margaret Davis, James Craven. 

Third Row: Aaron Winer, Peggy Hammacic, Mildred Costen, Linda Menard, William Parker, Marilyn 

Ende, Richard Manuel, Shirley Beasley. Officers: David Richards. Jean Grogg, Shirley Stephenson, 

William Ayers. 



Student Council 



The second working council is the Student Council. This is the legislative 
branch composed of one representative from each organization on the 
campus. This council meets weekly and it is here that students may come 
to voice their opinions or to ask questions. Its members are responsible 
for seeing that their organization lives up to the standards of Student Gov- 
ernment and for carrying out any specific work undertaken by Student 
Government, such as the projects connected with the planning and execu- 
tion of registration, upholding student conduct through regulation of ac- 
tivities, the sponsoring of the annual Scholarship Drive, and the communi- 
cations with other colleges. These members are also responsible for taking 
back to their fellow students any news or announcements, since they are 
the main lines of communication. 



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Shirley Stephenson, President; Dean Johnson, Advise 
an, Linda Menard, Frank DuPriest, Judy Waldorf, Wil 
Jean Grogg, William Ayers. 



James Gouldln, Beverly Basnight, Bob Buchan- 
im Parker. Seated: Tom DeWitt, David Richards, 



J4onor Council 



The Honor Council of the Richmond Professional Institute is a body com- 
posed entirely of students for the purpose of promoting and enforcing the 
fHonor System among students of this college; of hearing cases of infrac- 
tion of the hHonor Code and determining their disposition; and creating 
effective methods for improving the principle in the hHonor System. 

Violations of the hlonor Code Include cheating, stealing, lying and fail- 
ure to report a breach of the hlonor Code. Everyone accused of a breach 
of the hlonor Code shall be entitled to know the charges against him and 
the evidence given. All cases reported to the hlonor Council shall be duly 
tried by that body. The matter of violations remains entirely in the hands 
of the students throughout the whole procedure because he violation is 
against the Student Body, and, therefore, it is handled by the Honor Coun- 
cil, a representative student body which expects the cooperation of every 
man and woman at RPI. 

The Honor Council is composed of the four executive officers of the 
Student Council; the president, vice-president and Student Government 
representatives of the Senior, Junior and Sophomore classes, respectively. 
The Dean of Students is the representative from the administration to the 
Honor Council, thereby giving the council full power to hear a case and 
impose the penalty. The Honor Council is an educational and judicial body 
and does not exercise police powers. 

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One of the more familiar daily scenes is a group of girls dashing about 
from their morning classes to look over the morning mail. Some may have 
to wait until tomorrow, but there is always a gay expression on most of 
their faces as they receive that much-awaited letter from home. Mail time 
is just one instance that brings the girls together into one great big happy 
family. The officers for this year are: President, Margaret Johnson; Vice- 
President, Rebecca Spicer; Secretary, Tish Thompson; Treasurer, Nicky 
Minadaki; Freshman Representative, Nancy Rand. 



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Marilyn Bowker 
Merle Burns 
Mrs. TInsley, Hostess 
Dixie Kegley 
Lucy Clem 



Berkeley House is one of the largest dormitories on our 
Cobblestone campus, and yet the dorm Is still small enough 
to graciously welcome anyone who enters Its doors. Some 
sixty young ladles who reside there enthusiastically enjoy 
the life which a dormitory provides, and one of the most 
exciting occasions Is a Saturday night when they all get 
dressed up and eagerly await for their dates to call. The 
officers In this house for this year are: President, Lucy 
Clem; Vice-President, Dixie Kegley; Secretary, Marilyn Bow- 
ker; Treasurer, Merle Burns; Freshman Representative, Jan 
Newell. 



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828 park 



Mrs. Nicholas, Hostess 
Betsy Snider 
Betty Billings 



The girls in 828 are noted for their warm hospitality. They 
frequently spend the long, cold winter evenings watching 
television with their dates, or engaging in a hot game of 
bridge, but when warmer weather comes along they move 
out to the front porch to watch everything that is going on 
in view. Like other dorms, 828 places a high value on warm 
friendship between dorm-mates which friendships are surely 
to last in the years to come. The officers for this year sre: 
President, Betsy Snider; Vice-President, Betty Billings; Sec- 
retary, Ronnie Giella; Treasurer, Jan Aycok; Freshman Rep- 
resentative, Jean Yeatts. 







'I always did enjoy being a member 
of the country club set." 



'My fur lady!' 



'Have you seen Elvis yet? 



Une QaU 

in jHereaitn 



"We get so much accomplished 
when we put our heads together.' 



"Let's pretend we're 
hHumpty-Dumpty!' 




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There are many interests among the some sixty girls who 
reside in Meredith hHouse. These interests range from seri- 
ous studying to working out all day on the trampoline. In 
spite of these wide interests, there is an intangible spirit 
which binds all the young ladies together, creating a per- 
sonal interest in each other. Meredith House is also noted 
for its dorm parties and "The Famous Skits" which are 
staged at Christmas time. House officers for this year are: 
President, Jean Lee; Vice-President, Chris Bumgardner; 
Secretary, Shirley Etheridge; Treasurer, Shelia Fries; Fresh- 
man Representative, Carolyn Polus. 



Aiereditk 

J4ou^e 



Chris Bumgardner 

Shirley Etheridge 

Jean Lee 

Carolyn Polus 

Shelia Fries 




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Evelyn Casey 
Carolyn Linstrom 
Mary Lou Ferrell 
Mrs. Dunnavant, Hostess 
Diana Bauserman 
Sandra Mills 



Founders Hall is one of the central spots of activity for RPI after classes. 
Many male students wander up to the parlor after dinner in the cafeteria 
and join their favorite girls and other friends. This has created many a 
lively session this year which will not soon be forgotten. The girls are also 
noted for their dorm parties and closeness to each other. They perhaps 
gain the biggest recognition during the spring season as all RPI male stu- 
dents strain to see what is walking around on the roof of Founders. Dorm 
officers for this year are: President, Sandra Mills; Vice-President, Dru West; 
Secretary, Carolyn Lindstrom; Treasurer, Mary Lou Ferrell; Freshman Rep- 
resentative, Evelyn Casey. 



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The roof — most popular place on campus In 
the spring sunshine. 



In case of fire, grab "Lulu-Belle" the 
extinguisher. 



3ounder^ J4aU 



One of those dorm parties after hours! 



The painter — a familiar sight! 




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The new meets the old in RItter-hHickok as some forty girls enjoy the atmos- 
phere of gracious southern living. However, they also love to sit around 
In the living room and watch the latest TV movie. The dorm is not as large 
as some of the others, and this affords the opportunity to really know one 
another. They laugh together when something happens, and when a calam- 
ity occurs to one girl, the whole dorm takes a personal interest. Thus, gra- 
ciousness and thoughtfulness are symbolic for the girls In Ritter-fHIckok. 
The present house officers are: President, Elizabeth Sowers; Vice-President, 
Judy Beale; Secretary, Suzanne Carter; Treasurer, Brook Burroughs; Fresh- 
man Representative, Paige Wright. 



(fritter- j4ickok 



Judy Beale 

Elizabeth Sowers 

Mrs. Smith, Hostess 

Suzanne Carter 

Brook Burroughs 

Paige Wright 




An important aspect of any college education is learning how to get along 
with others, and this lesson is better learned in the dormitory than in the 
classroom. The girls of Lee hHouse pass this course with flying colors, as 
they have learned to get along with each other as well as each other's 
feelings. There has always been a spirit of closeness and devotion among 
the girls at Lee hlouse, and this year was no exception. Their officers are: 
President, Nancy Johnson; Vice-President, Frances hHautekett; Secretary, 
Fran hHenderson; Treasurer, Donna Linzy; Freshman Representative, Donna 
Sinclair. 




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Bottom to Top: 
Nancy Johnson 
Frances Hautekeet 
Fran Henderson 
Donna LInzy 
Donna Sinclair 
Mrs. Bedall, Hostess 



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Although Seven-Twelve is a little removed from the heart of RPI, everyone 
is well aware that this dormitory exists, as each spring the boys take their 
patron saint "Dooley" out of the coffin and he reigns supreme over RPI. 
This is just one example of how "school spiritedly" young men are who 
reside In this dormitory. They also hold several Informal dances during the 
year. Officers are: President, George Bulger; House Council Members, 
Norman Falrcloth, James Waters, Archie Stein, Kenneth hlcgge. 



Seven- 
Uwelve 




George Bulger 

Norman Falrcloth 

James Waters 

Archie Stein 

Kenneth Hogge 




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This is the largest professional club at RPI, and it includes the Fine Arts, 
Commercial Art, Dramatic Art, Accidental, Interior Design and Fashion 
Design clubs. The members of the League collectively strive to unite all 
student interests in the arts, to form a stronger relationship between the 
different departments, and to promote the cultural life at RPI. The members 
take an annual trip to New York, stage a variety show and sponsor the film 
festival. This year's officers are: Marilyn Ende, President; Bob Buchanan, 
Vice-President; Glen O'Connell, Secretary. 





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Bob Buchanan 
Marilyn Ende 
Glen O'Connell 
Michael Bonnet 
Mr. Thomas Holloway 
Zeb Norman 
June Harding 
Dean Martin 
James Clark 



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The Commercial Art Club this year, as in years past, has 
been very active. The group is made up of future profes- 
sional artists, and the club's activities allow them to express 
their talents and skill. The club sponsored several exhibits 
during the year, as well as the auction sale held in March. 
The officers for the current year are: Clovis Coffman, 
President; Phil Jordan, Vice-President; Diana Wyland, Sec- 
retary; hiarrell Tice, Treasurer; Mildred Costen, SGA Rep- 
resentative. 



Commercial c4rt Club 



Clockwise: Harrell Tice, Mildred Costen, Richard Ja 
Clovis Coffman, Diana Wyland, Philip Jordan 











James Clark, Gina Rlddleberger. Jane Warrington. Seat- 
ed: MIlo Hoots, George Bulger, John Bratrud. Standing: 
Richard Taylor. 



3nterior 3)eHg.n Club 



The members of the Interior Design Club have many and 
varied activities during the year which are connected with 
their work. They have art displays and art work displays, 
field trips, and special projects are other events which high- 
lighted Its activity this year. Through these activities which 
bring out their common interests, a closer bond is created 
In the department. The officers for this year are: Russell 
Johnston, President; James Clark, Vice-President; Ginn Rld- 
dleberger, Secretary; John Bratrud, Treasurer; MIlo hloots, 
SGA Representative; Bill Storey, Alternate. 






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Miss Lois Quaid, Sponsor 
David San Home 
Betsy Holt 
Donald L Morris 
Marian Kinsey 
Donald Hord 
June Harding 



uheatre cA^^oclate^ 



The members of this group are knit closely together and are always en- 
gaged in their common interest — the stage. This year it participated in 
the annual drama festival, sponsored by the Virginia Museum of Fine Art. 
It also selected one drama student to be awarded the annual "hHodges 
Award" for outstanding work in drama. The year's ofTicers are: June 
hHarding, President; Don hHord, Vice-President; Marian Kinsey, Secretary; 
Don Norris, Treasurer; Betsy hHolt, SGA Representative; Brook Burroughs, 
Alternate. 



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From Bottom Up: 

Coach Allen, Sponsor 

Harold Bazemore 

James Bailie 

Gene Bourne 

Donald Kloske 

James Craven 




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onog^ram 



Club 



The Monogram Club, composed of all the winners of athletic letters, has as 
its main goal the promoting of more interest in an active program of ath- 
letics. In addition to these events for the varsity basketball and baseball 
teams, the club members work on teams that have won State champion- 
ships in volleyball and softball. This year's main project was the selling of 
season tickets to the basketball games. 



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cAccidental Club 



Jack Winn. Shirley Beasley, Jane Larson, Zeb Norman, Fred Clennents 




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Scenes of the weekly Jazz Concert this spring in The Rotunda. 
Saxes: Jack Winn, Don Gobble, Dan Sandidge 



The Accidental Club is one of the nnore active 
groups on campus, not only promoting varied activi- 
ties within the music department, but also continu- 
ously striving to promote school spirit. This year it 
sponsored a "dream girl" contest In conjunction with 
the Scholarship Drive. The officers of this club are: 
Jack Winn, President Jane Larson, Vice-President; 
Shirley Beasley, Secretary; Bill Edwards, Treasurer. 



Glen O'Connell. Bass 
Edward Hefflington, Drummer 




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Dean Martin 


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Lila Walters 


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Lucy Clem 


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Mrs. Hazel Mundy, Sp 




Marilyn Plasters 




KayBachman 




Sandra Mills 



Ija^kion Club 



The Fashion Club meets regularly to promote the common interests of the 
students in Fashion Illustration and Design. Although many of their activities 
are of a professional nature, they still find time to engage in social activities. 
Officers for this year are: Dean Martin, President; Mary Kay Bachman, 
Vice-President; Sandra Mills, Secretary; Lucy Clem, SGA Representative; 
Margaret Johnson, Alternate; hHazel Mundy, Sponsor. 



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Under the able guidance of Dr. Donald Tennant, the Student National Edu- 
cation Association had many interesting and worthwhile programs this 
year, highlighted by a panel discussion on citizenship. One of the newest 
clubs on campus, it aims to give pre-professional training to those students 
preparing to teach. The club also had a picnic and sold Christmas cards. 



Dr. Donald Tennant, Spons 
Carol Gravely 
Janice Stargel 
Closs Jeanette 
Sandra Gregory 
Rebecca Spicer 



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Jul^trlbutor^ Club 




Group members take note of the announce- 
ment of the regular Wednesday afternoon 
meeting. 



"Will the meeting please come to order!" 



Don Snodgrass, President, spending one of 
the many hours during the year conferring 
with Mr. Leonard Maiden, Group Sponsor. 



What would the group do without Mrs. Ada 
Quynn, Department Secretary, who has 
helped so much during the year? 




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Front: Donald Snodgrass, Judy Waldorf, James Scearce, Margaret Morris 

Rear; Peggy Hammacic, Luther Hubbard, Joy Theis, Mr, Leonard Maiden, Sponsor 



This is one of the largest clubs on campus, and it strives to provide outlets 
and activities that vvill aid in creating a united spirt among the members of 
the School of Distribution. The numerous activities, which are both on and 
off campus, are designed to convey to the public vital information pertain- 
ing to the department. The officers for the year are: Donald Snodgrass, 
President; Jimmy Scearce, Vice-President; Judy Waldorf, Secretary; Joy 
Theis, Treasurer; Peggy hiammack, SGA Representative; Margaret Morris, 
Alternate. 



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Seated: Nina Rudenko, Charlene Alexander, Aaron Winer, Mary Raines, Pat Parrlsh, 

William Duty, Donald Norris 

Standing: George Wimmer, Joan Moore, Mr. John Lambert, Adviser 



future SuMne^^ J^eader^ of c4merica 



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There is no rest for the members of the Future 
Business Leaders of America, as it is one of the 
largest clubs at RPI, and engages in a score of 
activities. Besides promoting school morale, the 
club strives to develop a genuine interest in busi- 
ness and a close bond between its members. This 
year the club again had the all-important task of 
publishing the school directory and conducted the 
"Slave Sale" during the Scholarship Drive. Be- 
sides promoting even better relations at RPI, it also 
endeavors to serve the community as a whole. Its 
officers for the current year are: William Duty, 
President; Mary Raines, Secretary; Pat Parrish, 
Treasurer; Aaron Winer, SGA Representative; 
Joan Moore, Alternate; Mr. John Lambert, 
Sponsor. 



FBLA MEMBERS: 

Dot D;radour, Eugene Hunt 

Donald Norrls, Aaron Winer 

Lynn Brillheart, Betsy Michaux 




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Virginia McLemore, Elizabeth Lupton, 
Carolyn Lindstrom. Miss Elizabeth Mes- 
siclc, Sponsor; Miss Anna Doudlah, Ad- 
viser; Larry Bredahl, Kristine Baumgard- 
ner, Fredda Hoffeditz, Rosalind Singer 



The main objective of the Occupational Therapy group is to promote pro- 
fessional knowledge of its own field. This group was organized in 1947 and 
continues each year to provide a well-rounded program of activities. Pro- 
grams include speakers, panel discussions, vocational demonstrations, tours 
of the department and other special projects. The main event of the year 
is its annual banquet in the spring. Its present ofTlcers are: Kristine Baum- 
gardner, President; Carolyn Lindstrom, Vice-President; Virginia McLe- 
more, Recording Secretary; Lorence Bredahl, Treasurer; Beth Lupton, SGA 
Representative; Fredda hloffeditz. Alternate. 



Occupational iJnerapy^ Club 




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The Newman Club Is a student organization composed of Roman Cath- 
olics. Its aim is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of the 
group through a program of religious, intellectual, and social activities. It 
is through these various programs that the club strives to bind the Roman 
Catholic students Into a common union, and to assist the college and Its 
students whenever possible. The officers for this year are: Sue Beckstoffer, 
President; Frank Volante, Vice-President; Neva Lewis, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Peggy Davis, SGA Representative; Betsy Smith, Alternate. 



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Club 



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The Wesley Foundation is composed of Methodist students who meet 
each Sunday at friendly Pace Memorial Methdist Church. The group pro- 
vides the student with an opportunity to make use of his Ideas and talents 
for the betterment of his church and faith. Under the leadership of the Rev. 
Earle hHenley, the program was built around the theme, "The Life and Mis- 
sion of the Church." Also, the group found time for various social activities 
such as hayrides and square dances. It was with the aid of each member 
that through these varied activities he might grow in his knowledge and 
love for God during his year at RPI. The officers for this year are: Dixie 
Kegley, President; John Mitchell, Vice-President; Diana Wyand, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Mary Martin Smithwick, SGA Representative; Dot Forrester, 
Alternate. 



lA/e^Le^ Ijoundation 



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Dixie Kegley 

Mary Martin Smithwicli 

Diana Wyand 

Janet Leadman 

Dorothy Forrester 



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Front Row: 






Jan Coomber 






Addie Lee 






Jan Bond 






Ed English 






Nancy Roane 






Effle Jordan 






Christine Nelson 






Second Row: 






Rev. Lawrence BradI 


ey 




Mrs. Margaret May. 


Adv 


ser 


Cecelia Knight 






Miss Marie Claypoo 


,Dir 


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Charles Mills 






Carolyn Moses 







JjaptUt Student Union 



The Baptist Student Union consists of students who are nnembers of the 
Baptist faith who meet twice a month to grow in their faith as they live their 
college year at RPI. The programs consist of speakers, movies, and panel 
discussions. The members also strive to make contributions to other pro- 
grams sponsored by their church. In addition to the programs, the group 
also finds time for several outside activities during the year. Some of these 
activities include hayrides and visiting various hospitals. They also meet 
occasonally for supper at Grove Avenue Baptist Church. Thus, the Baptist 
Student Union engages in many varied activities, but regardless of the 
activity, they make sure that one element prevails — Christian Fellowship. 
The group's officers are: Jan Coomber, President; Addie Lee, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mary hielen Cassidy, Vice-President; Jan Bond, Secretary; Ed English, 
Treasurer; Pat Ramey, SGA Representative. 



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Mr. Al Goldstein, Adviser 

Susan Bloom 

AnneWigg 

Lois Weintraub 

Barbara Sultan 

Barbara Naltolin 

Sy Shames 



J4ULel foundation 



The Jewish students of RPI, with the Jewish students of the Medical College 
of Virginia, hold bi-monthly meetings and have varied programs consist- 
ing of movies, discussions and addresses by distinguished members of 
the Jewish faith In the Richmond area. Through these programs the student 
is given a deeper and more meaningful understanding of his faith. In addi- 
tion to these meetings the group meets jointly with other hHillel groups from 
the other colleges in the Richmond area for social affairs, as well as religious 
ones. The group also helps sponsor the brotherhood night held at a local 
synagogue in the early part of the second semester. The present ofTlcers 
are: Susan Bloom, President; Anne Wigg, Vice-President; Barbara Sultan, 
Treasurer; Lois Weintraub, Recording Secretary; Barbara Naftolin, SGA 
Representative; Sy Shames, Alternate; Mr. Al Goldstein, Sponsor. 



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This group is made up of Episcopal students who meet each Sunday night 
at nearby Grace and hHoly Trinity Church for supper and a program. The 
programs consist of outside speakers, movies and general "buzz" sessions, 
concerning different topics about the church and the Christian faith. It is 
the aim of the group that through these programs each member may grow 
in his faith and love of the church and God. Also, the group from time to 
time has picnics, as well as joining with other Canterbury groups for the 
fall and spring conferences at Roslyn. The officers for this organization are: 
Pat Joyce, President; Faith Brown, Vice-President; Elizabeth hllght, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Jane Ruffin, SGA Representative; Shawn Mabley, Alternate. 



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Jane Ruffin 

Dr. W. Leigh Ribbie. Adviser 

Faith Brown 

Pat Joyce 

Elizabeth Hight 

Shawn Mabley 



Canterbury. Club 





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Seated: 

Elizabeth Lupton 

Kristine Baumgardner 

Sally Shealy 

Standing: 

Peggy Howison 

Anne Leatherwood 

Mr. Allan Eastman. Adviser 




%VeHntinHer 3ellow^hlp 



The aim of this group is to represent the Presbyterian church on campus 
and to provide the Presbyterian student with Christian fellowship and close 
unity on campus. This year the group met twice weekly, once at Grace 
Covenant Presbyterian and the other session was held at RPI. At these 
meetings the group came together to study and discuss topics of interest 
and concern. The group also sponsored the Student World Day of Prayer 
at RPI this year. The year's officers are: Beth Lupton, President; Sally 
Shealy, Vice-President; Peggy hHowison, Secretary-Treasurer; Anne 
Leatherwood, SGA Representative; Kris Baumgardner, Alternate. 



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erman 



Club 



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Win Johnson 

Robert Vass 

William Chumney 

Aaron Winer 

Walter Hathaway 

Easley Spencer 

Mr. Russell Johnston, Sponsor 



lerman 



Club 



The German Club is always striving to promote a well-rounded social 
life for all RPI male students who care to join the group. Throughout the 
year it sponsors several formal and informal dances, and is considered to 
be one of the more successful organizations on the Cobblestone campus. 
The German Club has just completed its twelfth year, and from all indica- 
tions it has become an integral part of life at RPI. 



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I OFFICERS I 

I WIN JOHNSON President | 

I ROBERT W. VASS Vice-President | 

I WALTER M. HATHAWAY Secretary | 

i JAMES L. DUNN Corresponding Secretary ^ 

I L. EASLEY SPENCER Treasurer | 

I WILLIAM D. CHUMNEY SGA Representative | 

I AARON WINER Business Manager | 

I RUSSELL JOHNSTON Sponsor | 



Bernard L. Ambrose 
Wayne Appleman 
David A. Ashton 
George W. Ayers 
A. Slade Ballou 
Robert B. Barber 
Robert F. Beale 
Ronald L. Belkin 
Pete A. Belton 
James M. Blackwell 
Willie E. Blottner 
J. Randy Blunt 
M. A. Bonnet 
Ted W. Soothe 
Thurman Y. Brickhouse 
Lawrence Brittle 
William L. Bullard 
Alston G. Cain 
John H. Carper 
Otis Childress 
William Chumney 
James H. Clark 
John C. Clarke 
John H. Cole 
James C. Cluff 
Gary G. Coley 
Julian F. Cox 
Ronnie B. Crews 
Robert F. Cummlngs 
Harry G. Daniel 
William C. Darr 
Tom DeWitt 
James L. Dunn 
Francis E. Dutton 
Bill Fones 
Marion W. Ford 
Robert Fuller 
Ralph Gardner 
Al Garlick 
Dave R. Gibbs 
James Gouldin 
Charles Graham 
Edgar W. Grant 
James S. Guinsburg 
Levi A. Hall 
Leroy Hamilton 
Thomas R. Hamme 
Johnny Hargroves 



MEMBERS 

John S. Hart 
Walter M. Hathaway 
Fenn P. Hathway 
James H. Hayden 
Robert H. Herrick 
Dieter Herterich 
James L. Hill 
Eugene B. Hinton 
Robert D. Holloway 
Edwin W. Holt 
Dry E. Hovey 
Thomac W. Hudgins 
Ralph E. Hudson 
Grover T. Huskey 
Gerald Jacobs 
Richard B. James 
Charles W. Johnson 
Vance R. Johnson 
Meredith Jones 
William R.Jordan 
John Kemp 
Howard Kerpleman 
George R. Knouse 
William Lewis 
Lawrence G. Lilliston 
David L. Limbrich 
Russell Linton 
Larry Long 
Manly W. Lucas 
Ronald L. Luck 
David L. Marlowe 
Dean Martin 
Donald G. Mason 
Ronald McConnell 
Charles Meitzler 
Page N. Melton 
David G. Monnette 
Horace Hugh Moore 
E. Lindy Murray 
Randolph Nemecek 
Richard B. Nichols 
Robert Nitchie 
William G. Owensly 
William N. Parker 
Steeve H. Peeples 
Billy E. Phelps 
David L. Posenau 
Carleton Powell 



Richard Rew 
Robert E. Rose 
John S. Russell 
William T. Russell 
Dan E. Sandidge 
Mayo T. Saunders 
Craig Schnieder 
George E. Schraudt 
Judd L. Schreibfedder 
Lewis P. Scott 
Marshall Serwitz 
Larry Shifflett 
Thomas Smith 
Stanley Soble 
Thomas Soles 
Bradford B. Spector 
L. Easley Spencer 
Maxwell C. Spencer 
Thomas L. Springer 
Robert L. Stephenson 
Paul Steucke 
Robert H. Stone 
Carl Swan 
William D.Taylor 
John L. Terrell 
James D. Thomasson 
Burke E. Thompson 
Donald L. Thompson 
Harry F. Turner 
Robert L. Turner 
William E. Turner 
Robert W.Vass 
Cole Waddell 
James C. Walker 
John Walsh 
James H. Waters 
Talmadge E. Watson 
G. Randy Wells 
Kenneth West 
George Wimmer 
Aaron Winer 
A. Wray Womble 
Kenneth Wimbrough 
Thomas Woods 
Cliff Woodward 
Robert L. York 
Lawrence W. Zinski 



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MISS ANN WIGG 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 






ARIANNE ADELSOHN 






Westrinnsler Fellowship, Secretary-Treas- 


structor in Radio Production '57 


Hodges 


Calle 41, No. 13-06 






urer, ■57-'58; Dorm Vice President '58-'59. 


Award, '58. 




Bogota. Columbia, South America 












B.S. in Business 






DIANA WARD BAUSERMAN 

Route 4 


GEORGE DILLON BURROUGHS 

6606 West Grace Street 




Treasurer, Class, '57-'58. 






Winchester, Virginia 


Richmond. Virginia 




WILLIAM DONALD AMBROSE 






B.S. in Social Science 


B.S. in Applied Psychology 




1618 Monument Avenue 






Dorm Basketball Team- Treasurer Vice 


Psychology Club, President, '58. 




Richmond, Virginia 






President and President, Founders' Hall; 
Cotillion Club; Dorm Representative, '57. 






Bachelor of Music Education 








MARY ELIZABETH BUTTERWORTH 1 


Band, '55-56: Chorus, ■55-'59- All S 


ate 


HAROLD N. BAZEMORE 


5008 Evelyn Byrd Road 




Chorus. '58; Music Education Club 






611 Fayette Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 




CLYDE CLAUD ANDERSON. JR, 






B.S. in Social Science 






Route II, BoK 401 








TWILA MARGARET CAMPBELL 




Richmond 25, Virginia 






Basketball, ■56-'59; Baseball, '56-'59: 
Monogram Club, Secretary •57-'58; Pres 


Fairfield, Virginia 




B S. in Business 






ident, •58-'59. 


B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 




F.B.L.A., 'Bt-'SS. 






SUZANNE BECKSTOFFER 


Theatre Associates, '57-'59. 




REBA LAW ANDERSON 






3106 Noble Avenue 


OLEATHIA HEATH CARLTON 




1519 Oxford Road 






Richmond, Virginia 


Urbanna, Virginia 




Charlottesville. Virginia 






B.S. in Social Science 


B.S. in Social Science 




B.S. in Occupaiional Ttierapy 












Manager. Girls' Basketball Team 


'55- 


57- 


AUBREY BELCHER 

4710 Sylvan Road 


BENJAMIN G. CARMINES 




2nd Vice President. B.S.U.. '56-'57 


; Cho-' 


2308 Victoria Boulevard 




rus, '55; O. T. Club, 'BB-'S?: 
'55 '57. 


B.S.U., 


Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 


Hampton, Virginia 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




CARLENE CREASY ANDES 

Blupflel.j Virginia 






ELVA HORACE BINNS 


J. MELVIN GARY 










6003 Morningside Drive 


6531 Kensington Avenue 




B S. in Business 






Richmond 26, Virginia 


Richmond. Virginia 




JANE MORISEY ATKINS 






B.S. in Social Science 


B.S. in Business 




Box 349 






Day Students' Basketball Team. '58; 






Clinton, North Carolina 






N.E.A., '58-'59. 


RONALD HART CHANDLER 

306 E. Graham Street 




B.S. in Music 






DORIS A. BLANTON 


Mebane. North Carolina 




Accidental Club, '56-'59- S.G.A. Repre- 
senlaive, '58-59; Glee Club. '56-'59. 


1413 Savannah Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 


B.S. in Advertising 




ELLWOOD ERNEST AUSTIN 






B.S. in Social Science 


GARY KNOX CHAPMAN 




5429 A Lewis Road 
Sandslon, Virginia 






SUSAN FRANCES BLOOM 

Jackson, North Carolina 


6419 Fitzhugh Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 




B.S. in Business 








B.F.A. in Commercial Art 








B.S. in Social Science 






F.B.L.A. 






Hlllel Foundation, Secretary '57-'58 
President, '58-'59. 


WILLIAM DONALD CHUMNEY 
Mannboro, Virginia 




MARY KAY BACHMAN 












Cherokee Drive 






BETTIE NASH BRAKEBILL 


B.S. in Retailing 




Bluff City. Tennessee 






2505 Petersburg Street 


German Club Basketball Team 
Distributors' Club, '57-'58; Germ 


'57-'58; 
n Club 


B F.A. in Fashion Illustration 






Hopewell, Virginia 


■57-'58; S.G.A. Representative 


58; Rar- 


Fashion Club, Vice President, 


'58- 


59; 


B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 


liamenlarlan. 5.G.A., '58. 




Cotillion Club, '56, '57- Fashion 


C 


ub. 








■56-59, 






LORENCE N. BREDAHL 

1021 Orchard Road 


JAMES VINTON CLARKE JR 
Route 2 
Brodnax, Virginia 




JOY E. BARTHOLOMEW 

33 Nelson Avenue 






Richmond 26, Virginia 


B.S. in Retailing 

D.E. Club, '56-'59. 




Rensselaer. New York 






B.S. in Occupational Therapy 






B.S. in Social Science 






O. T. Club, Treasurer, ■58-'59. 


LUCY BETTE CLEM 

21 1 Taylor Avenue 




BEVERLEY ANNE BASNIGHT 






LAWRENCE GIBBS BRITTLE 


Salem. Virginia 




7027 Kirby Crescent 






Route 1. Box 5-M 


B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 




Norfolk, Virginia 






Ellerson. Virginia 


Freshman Representative. Treasu 


er. Sec- 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 






B.S. in Social Science 


retary, and President of Dorm; S.G.A. 1 
Representative, Fashion Club, '56-'59. 1 


Dorm Representative, 'SB-'Si; C 


otil 


on 


German Club, Business Manager, •56-'57. 






Club, '55-57; Commercial Art Ck 


b. 


56- 




ROBERT COLEMAN 




'58; Vice President Class, ■58-'59; 
Council. ■58-'59. 


Ho 




RALEIGH EARL BRITTON, JR. 

3407 Maplewood Avenue 
Richmond 21, Virginia 


303 North 6th Street 
Hopewell, Virginia 




KRISTINE ANN BAUMGARDNER 








B.S. in Business 




7 Ridge Drive 






B.F.A. in Art Education 






Chillicothe, Ohio 






FRANK L. BROOKS 


JAN COOMBER 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 






924 West Franklin Street 


Walworth, New York 




Tennis Team, ■56-'59; Dorm Counc 


il. 


55- 


Richmond, Virginia 


B.S. in Social Science 




'56; S.G.A. Representative O. T 


CI 


ub. 


B.F.A. in Drarriatic Art 


Baptist Student Union. Publicity 


Chair- 


■56-'57; Vice President, O. T. Clu 


b. 


57- 




man, ■55-'56; Ist Vice President, 


■56-'57- 


'58; O. T. Club President 


58- 


59; 


Theatre Associates, '56-'58; Assistant In- 


•58; President, '58-'59: Band. 





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SENIOR DIRECTORY 




PEGGY ANN CULLERS 




WILLIAM FONES 


German Club, '57-'59; Day Students' 


1409 West Laburnum Avenue 




411 North Davis Avenue 


League. 


Richmond, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


GEORGE LOYD HANSON 


B.S. in Social Science 




B.S. in Business 


Box 185, Waterlick Road 


Dav Students' League, Secretary, 


57 '58 




Richmond. Virginia 


S,G.A. Representative, S.N.E.A,. 


•58-'59 


JUDITH FOXWELL 






1900 3rd Avenue 


B.S. in Distributive Education 


THOMAS E. DeWITT 








3235 South 13th Street 




Richmond, Virginia 


German Club; Distributors' Club. 


Arlington. Virginia 




B.S. in Social Science 


JUNE ALLISON HARDING 


B.S. in Distributive Education 




BRUCE L. GAILES 


522 Ingleside Avenue 


German Club, '55-'59: Distributors 


Club 




Emporia, Virginia 


■55-'59: Vice President, Distributors 


Club 


2010 Grove Avenue 




'56-'57 Secretary '57-'58. S.G.A. 


Repre 


Richmond, Virginia 


B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 


sentative. Class, '55-'54: Dorm Pr< 
■57-'58; Class President, '58-'59; 
man Board of Advisors ■58-'59; 
Floor Committee, ■56-'59; Men's 


sident 
Fresh 

S.G.A 
Inter 


B.S. in Business 

JAMES ALTON GARLICK 


Theatre Associates. President, '58, '59, 
Secretary, '57 '58; A.S.L. ; Drama Fes- 
tival. '57. '58. 


dorm Council. ■57-'58: Honor C 








■58-'59: E«ecutive Committee, '58 


59. 


306 Lynchburg Avenue 


DAVID EDWIN HAWTHORNE. JR. 






Colonial Heights, Virginia 


5517 North 32nd Street 


ANNE LEWIS DICKENSON 




B.S. in Business 


Arllnglon, Virginia 


1127 23rd Street 




German Club. '57-'59; F.B.L.A., ■54-'59. 


B.S. in Business 


Nev/port News, Virginia 






S.G.A.; Dorm President. '56; German 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




WAYNE BRYANT GARRIS 

2913 Kenwood Avenue 


Club. 


EMILY LOCKHART DICKERSON 




Richmond, Virginia 


BETTIE ANNE HAZELHURST 


U02 Pump House Drive 




B.F.A. in Interior Design 


2315 Warwick Avenue 


Richmond 21. Virginia 






Richmond, Virginia 


B.S. in Business 




OLIN REGINALD GATES. JR. 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 






206 N.Sth Street 


R. P. 1. Chorus, ■58-'59; Commercial Art 


MARY ELIZABETH DIRADOUR 




Hopewell, Virginia 


Club. '55-'56; Art Students' League. 


123 Shev^ood Drive 




B.S. in Business 




Hopewell. Virginia 






DENNIS HEADY, JR. 


B.S. in Social Science 




HUNTER H. GEORGE, JR. 


Rt. 8. Box 634-H 


S.N,E,A., ■57-'58. 




Rt. 14, Box 69 


Richmond. Virginia 






Richmond, Virginia 


B.S. in Social Science 


FREDERICK E. EDWARDS 




B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




3417 Kensington Avenue 




Commercial Art Club; Deans' List, '58. 


JOHN RAYMOND HENDERSON. JR. 


Richmond, Virginia 






3732 Manor Road 


B,S. in Advertising 




CAROL ANN GRAVELY 


Chevy Chase. Maryland 






3904 Patterson Avenue 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 


MARILYN RUTH ENDE 




Richmond, Virginia 




103 South Crater Road 




B.S. in Social Science 


WILLIAM G. HENDRICK 


Petersburg, Virginia 




President. Student National Education 


1915 Staunton Avenue, N. W. 


B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 




Association. 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Dorm Represenlallve, Cotillion C 
■56: Class President, ■57-'58: A.S.L 


ub, '55 
Show 


EDGAR POE GRAY 


B.S. in Adverting 


'56-'57; S.G.A. Scholarship Sho 
German Club Show, '56; Best Tec 
Award, ■5i-'57; S.G.A., '58-'59; 


", '57 

hniciar 
Hono 


507 North 31/2 Street 
Hopewell, Virginia 


JOSEPH F. HENRY 

3105 Glenoa Road 


Council; Art Students' League. Pr 


sident 


B.S. in Business 


B.S. in Business 


'58-'59: Freshman Advisory Board, 


Chair 




man, ■58.'59; Executive Council. 




Future Business Leaders of America. 


WILLIAM CURTIS HERBERT. JR. 


JOHN JOSEPH ERDMAN 




GERALD H. GREGORY 


4029 Clinton Avenue 


4953 West Corlez Street 




Box 271 


Richmond, Virginia 


Chicago, Illinois 




Manassas. Virginia 


B.S. in Business 


B.S. in Business 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 


F.B.L.A., 'SS-'S?. 


HARRIS M. FARRELL 




SANDRA ELIZABETH GREGORY 


MILO TAFT HOOTS, JR. 


201 Dixie Trail 




106 West Union Street 


701 Westcott Road 


Raleigh, North Carolina 




Sandston. Virginia 


Falls Church, Virginia 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




B.S. in Social Science 


B.F.A. in Interior Design 


Commercial Art Club. '5i, '57. 


58. 


Student National Education Association. 


Treasurer Senior Cless- 1. D. Club. 






3rd Vice President. Historian. 


S.G.A. Representative; A.S.L. Show, '57. 


MORTON P. FISHER 






'58. 


127 Soundvlew Avenue 




DONALD NEIL HAMILTON 




White Plains. New York 




3408 Pine Dell Avenue 


BETSY HOLT 


B.S. in Business 




Richmond, Virginia 


Box 98 






B.S. in Business 


Princeton, North Carolina 


WALTER H. FLIPPIN 




Cobblestone Staff, '59. 


B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 


3916 Rlchmond-Henrlco Turnpike 








Richmond. Virginia 




LeROY HAMILTON 


LUTHER H. HUBBARD 


B.S. in Business 




1219 Hilltop Avenue 


421 Algonquin Road 






Fayetteville, North Carolina 


Hampton, Virginia 


Vice President. Junior Cass; 


Hono 






Council; F.B.L.A.. ■57-'59. 




B.S. in Social Science 


B.S. in Distributive Education 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 






BENJAMIN HERBERT HUDSON 

Rhoadesville Virginia 
6.S. in Business 




ANN KIRBY 




WILLIAM HARVEY McWILLIAMS 






Route 1 




Aurora. North Carolina 




F.B.L.A., '58. 




Hopewell. Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 




B.F.A. in Interior Design 




EUGENE HAROLD HUNT 




S.N.E.A., ■57-58. 




CAROL LOUISE MILLER 




2409 Drake Slreel 








Deer Track Lane 




Richmond. Virginia 




VIRGINIA FREDA KIRSCHBAUM 




Valley Cottage, New York 




B.S. in Business 




1002 West Franklin Street 




B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




President, F.B.L.A.. '58: Vice Pr 
F.B.L.A.. '58: Editor-in-Chief, 


■sident. 
■58-'59 


Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Retailing 




Vice President. Lee House, ■57-'58 
merclal Arl Club, '55-'59. 


Com- 


Cobblestone; Business Manager, 


'57-'58 










Cobblestone; J. T. Wall<er Awa 


d. '58: 






JEAN LAWRENCE MILLER 




United Business Education— Smead Award 


MARY ANNE LEATHERWOOD 




512 North First Avenue 




in Business Teacher Education. '59 




Montreal Road 

Black Mountain, North Carolina 




Portsmouth, Virginia 




DONALD S. IKENBERRY 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




B.S. in Applied Science 




5400 Brook Road 
Richmond, Virginia 




S.G.A. ; Westminister Fellowship 
Club, ■55-'59. 


O. T. 


SANDRA LOUISE MILLS 

1802 Grace Street, S. W. 




B.S. in Social Science 

Staff Photographer, Cobbleston 
Photo Editor, Proscript, 'St,, '57. 


5. '58: 
58. 


RICHARD LEDFORD 

906 West Franklin Street 




Roanoke, Virginia 

B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 








Richmond, Virginia 




Dorm Vice President, '58-'59- Sec 


retary 


JANET DOROTHY JARVIS 




B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




■57-'58: Fashion Chib Secretary 
Cotillion Club. ■55-'56. 


58-'59i 


3009 2nd Street, North 












Arlington, Virginia 




ADDIE LILLIAN LEE 




JOHN E. MITCHELL, JR. 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




Route 2 
Gladys, Virginia 




611 Atkinson Street 
Laurlnburg, North Carolina 




MARY C. JEANETTE 




B.S. in Social Science 




B.F.A. in Commercial Arts 




811 West Church Street 
Elizabeth Cily, North Carolina 




Baptist Student Union, 2nd Vice 
dent, ■57-'58; First Vice President. 


Presl- 
■58-'59. 


Wesley Foundation President 
Program Chairman, •57-'58. Vice 
dent '58-'59; Dorm Treasurer 


56-'57, 
Presi- 
57-'58: 


B.S. in Social Science 




JEAN MARIE LEE 




Art Students League ■55-'59- Com 








1506 3rd Avenue 




Art Club. ■55-'59: Treasurer, Me 
Student Movement Council. 


Ihodlst 


FRANCES ELAINE JENKINS 




Fairbanks, Alaska 








2910 Highland Drive 




B.F.A. in Costume Design 




ROBERT L. MOORE 




Nashville 20, Tennessee 




Transfer from University of Alask 


a; Co- 


203 Monole Avenue 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




tillion Club, '56-'5e, Dorm Rep 
live. ■56- Fashion Club ■57-'59 


Secre- 


Richmond, Virginia 




Occupational Therapy Club. 




tary. '58; Dorm President '59- 
Secretary. '58. 


Dorm 


B.S. in Business 

F.B.L.A. 




MARGARET JOHNSON 












104 High Street 




ELIZABETH A. LUPTON 




JOHN F. MORRISON 




Westerly, Rhode Island 




35 Park Boulevard 




411 John Street 




B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 




Lancaster, New York 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




Ashland, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




NANCY ETHEL JOHNSON 




O. T. Club. S.G.A. Represenlall 


e, '58- 






1301 Longwood Ext. 




'59: Westminster Fellowship- S.G.A. Rep- 
resentative. ■55-'56. Secretary -Treasurer. 


ERNEST DONALD MOSELEY 




Redlord. Virginia 




■56-'57. President, ■58-'59. 




2820 Edgewood Avenue 




B.S. in Social Science 








Richmond. Virginia 




Chairman. Board of Elections. 


58-'59: 


JIM MANNING 




B.S. in Social Science 




Dorm President '58-'59- Interdorn 


n Rep- 


156 North Main Street 








resentative. '58-'59. 




Loudon, Ohio 

B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 




CHRISTINE A. NELSON 

1037 Bungalow Avenue 




JOHN P. JORDAN 








Winter Park, Florida 




P. O. Box 649 

New Bern, Norlh Carolina 

B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




ANNE ROBBIE MARSHALL 

4015 Northrop Street 
Richmond 25, Virginia 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 
O. T. Club, •56-'59: B.5.U. 




Vice President. Commercial Art 
•58-'59: German Club. '56. 


Club, 


B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Commercial Arl Club, 'SS-'S?. 




DONALD BURTON NORRIS 

2421 A Park Avenue 




EDWARD PATRICK JOYCE 




BERKLEY S. MARTIN 




Richmond 20, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




117 South Church Street 




Bracey, Virginia 






Berryvllle, Virginia 






F.B.L.A., Parliamentarian '57-'5e 


Presl 






B.S. in Business 




dent ■5B-'59; German Club: Da 


/ Stu- 


B.S. in Social Science 




F.B.L.A. 




dent 5 League. 




Baseball Manager. '55-'58: Bas 


kelball 










Manager. ■55-'57; S.G.A. Represer 
Monogram Club. •56-'57: President 
erbury Club, ■58-'59; Sports Edito 


tative. 
Cant- 
r, Pro- 


DAVID D. McLEAN 

207 62nd Street 




DONALD L. NORRIS 

198 South Almond Street 




script. ■55'59; Sports Editor. C 


obble- 


Virginia Beach. Virginia 




Orange, Virginia 




stone, '57-'58- Athletic Publicity D 


rector 










■58-'59: Monogram Club. 'SS-'Ba 
man (jlub, '55-'57. 


Ger- 


B.F.A. in Commercial Arts 




B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 






Commercial Arts Club, President. 


56-'57. 














BEVERLEY MARKHAM OBAUGH 




GWENDOLYN ANNE KERSEY 




CAROL JEAN McMANUS 




7310 Hermitage Road 




29 Brookfield Drive 




4008 Monitor Drive 




Richmond 28. Virginia 




Hamplcn, Virginia 




Hampton, Virginia 




B.S. in Retailing 




B.F.A, in Commercial Art 




B.F.A. in Art Education 




D. E. Club. 





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Theatre Associates; Fashion Club. 


54; 


Richmond 28, Virginia 


Portsmouth, Virginia 












B.S. in Business 


B.S. in Social Science 








CHARLES NICHOLAS SATTERFIELD 




Day Student's League, Vice President, 
•57-'58- Cotillion Club, Corresponding 
Secretary. ■58-'59: Cobblestone Slaf(. 
■57-'58. 


MARGARET POPEJOY 

716 West 36th Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 








524 Arnold Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




DONROY OBER 

2603 Chandlee Lane 

Bavslde, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 


Bachelor of Music 

RALPH DOUGLAS PRITCHARD 
5402-8 Anthony Road 
Sandston. Virginia 






DOROTHY SCHROEDER 

3812 Howard Road 
Richmond. Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 




ANN ERNESTINE OWEN 

Route 3 
Emporia, Virginia 


B.S. in Social Science 

Baseball Team. '55-'59, 
Monogram Club. 


Co-C 


ap 


aln. 


CHARLES HENDRICKS SEWARD 

Surry, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




B.S. in Business 

Cotillion Club. Secretary, ■57-'58: Dorm 
President, 'BS-'B?. 


ALFRED RABIN 

5013 Park Avenue 
Richmond 26, Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 








ARLINE MARTHA SHAFER 

R. F. D. 4. Box 71 
Glen Allen, Virginia 




RICHARD LEE OWEN 










Bachelor of Music Education 




Boyklns, Virginia 

B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Commercial Art Club. 'SS^'S?. 


MARY BARBARA RAINES 

815 South Glebe Road 
Arlington. Virginia 
B.S. in Business 

Interdorm Volleyball and E 
■59; F.B.L.A.. ■55-'59. Sec 
Cotillion Club; Westminste 








Accidental riuh, '55-'59. S.G.A. Re 
sentatlve. ■57-'58; Opera Crew; Var 
Show. 


"w 


FANNIE PAPAYANIS 

471 I FItzhugh Avenue 


asketball. 

etary. '56 
r Fellowsh 


'55- 
'57; 
P- 


RUPERT ANSEL SHANK. JR. 
Route 4 
Floyd, Virginia 




Richmond. Virginia 










B.S. in Business 




B.S. in Social Science 


JANE RAPP 

213 Glenside Avenue 








NAOMI SHULMAN 




FLORENCE CAROLYSE PARKER 

3814 Fauquier Avenue 


Wilmington. Delav.'are 
B.S. in Social Science 








1403 Chester Street 
South Bend 15, Indiana 




Richmond, Virginia 










B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




B.S. in Business 


PHILIP ROSCOE REDMAN 












F.B.L.A. 


134 Nelson Drive 








ROSALIND DIANE SINGER 




Newport News, Virginia 








3907 Norfolk Avenue 




MILTON PARKER. Ill 

P. O. Box 455 


B.F.A. in Art Education 

Cobblestone. Editor. '57- 


58. As 




ate 


Baltimore 16. Maryland 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




Beaufort, South Carolina 

B.F.A. in Interior Design 

1. D. Club ■56-'59; Canterbury Club, 
■56-'59. 

RICHARD LAIvlAR PARLER 


Editor. '58-'59. 

DAVID LEE RICHARDS 

4207 Griffin Street 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

B.S. in Distributive Educatio 








Hillel Club. '55-'57. Treasurer. '56 
cording Secretary, '57; O. T. Club. 
'59; S.G.A. Representative. Correspo 
ing Secretary, '58-'59. 

WILBUR MARVIN SIRLES 

142 Charlotte Avenue 


Re- 
55- 
nd- 


3206 Circle Hill Road 
Alexandria, Virginia 
B.S. in Applied Psychology 

Psychology Club. 


Distributors' Club. '55-'59. Preside 
'57 and '57 '58. S.G.A. Represe 
■56-57. '57-'58; Junior Marshall. 
Honor Council, '56-'59; Chairman, 
Rules Committee. ■57-'58; S.G.A. 
mentarlan. '57-'58; German Club- 
dent, Student Government Assoc 


nt, .'56- 

57-''58! 
S.G.A. 
Parlia- 
Presi- 


Colonial Heights, Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 

President. Day Student's League. '57. 

PATRICIA PAGE SMITH 


58. 


PATRICIA LEE PARRISH 


'58-'59. 








613 Marllea Road 




4808 East Seminary Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 
B.S. in Business 

F.B.L.A.. Treasurer. 'SS-'S?: Cobblestone 
Business Manager, 'BB-'S?. 


MARGARET ROPER 

1350 South Braden Crescent 

Norfolk, Virginia 

B.F.A. in Fashion lllustratior 








Richmond. Virginia 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Educational Committee Chairman. 
*59; O. T. Club; Baptist Student Unlo 

BETSY L. SNIDER 


58- 


EUGENE H. PAYNE 


ELEANOR WINN ROSE 








112 Handley Boulevard 




1717 Charles Street 


Route 1. Box 170 








Winchester, Virginia 




Richmond 26. Virginia 
B.S. in Business 


Sandston, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 








B.S. in Social Science 




MARY JO PAYNE 


ALBERT LEWIS ROTEN 








DONALD H. SNODGRASS 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 




Route 3. Box 428 
Fairfax, Virginia 
Bachelor of Music 


1902 Brandon Avenue 
Richmond 23, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 








B.S. in Distributive Education 

President, Distributors Club, ■58-'59. 




WILLIAM OVERTON PAYNE. JR. 

130 North Lexington Street 
Covington. Virginia 
B.S. in Business 

F.B.L.A.; Canterbury Club. 


F.B.L.A., '55 '59. 

ROBERT GREHAM SANDERSON 

Tally Ho Farm 
Cartersville, Virginia 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 






LUTHER EASLEY SPENCER 

4309 Fauguier Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 

Treasurer, German Club. ■58-'59; 
Student's League. Vice President. '58 


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JANICE E. STARGELL 




ANN GENETT WALDROP 




CHARLENE ELIZABETH ALEXANDER 


Orange. Virginia 




Rockville. Virginia 




1206 Raymond Court 


B.F.A. in Art Education 




B.S. in Social Science 




Norfolk 6, Virginia 


Fine Art Club. 'Si-'S?: F.T.A., 


S.G.A. 


Student National Education Associa 


ion 


Certificate in Secretarial Science 


Representative, '57.'58; S.N,E,A. 


Vice- 


Chapter. 




F.B.L.A.. Historian. '58 '59; Cobblestone, 


President, '58-'59. 




NANCY MAE WALKER 




Photography Editor. '58-'59. 


SHIRLEY ANNE STEPHENSON 




Kenbridge, Virginia 




LONOLA BALDWIN 


221 East Evans Street 




B.S. in Retailing 




Logan, West Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 




Dorm Secretary, '57-'58. 




Three Certificates in Fashion Illustration 


B.S. In Business 










S,G.A. Representative. Dorm, 


S5-'56: 


ALLEN L. WALLACE 






Dorm Treasurer. ■56-'57: 3rd Vice Kresi- 
dent. Baptist Student Union, 'Si-'S?: Stu- 


5905 South Crestwood Avenue 




BARBARA DIANNE BEVELL 


dent Directory, '5(.-'59; S.G.A. 


Vice 


Richmond, Virginia 




1213 Claremonf Avenue 


President, ■5e-'59: Honor Council 


Presi- 


B.S. in Business 




Richmond. Virginia 


dent. 'SS-'S?; Executive Council 


Vice 








President. 'SS-'S?: Student Counc 


, Vice 






Certificate in Secretarial Science 


President. 'SS-'S?; Inlerdorm C 
President, 'S8-'59. 




LI LA WALTERS 
Still Acres Farms 
McBee, South Carolina 




F.S.L.A., '57-'59. 


LINDA LEE SULLIVAN 




B.F.A. in Costume Design 




LENORA JANE BUCKLEY 


Batesville, Virginia 








115 South Kensington Street 


B.S. in Social Science 




ELIZABETH HIGHTOWER WELCH 

515 Westover Avenue 




Arlington. Virginia 

Certificate in Fashion Illustration 


BARBARA LEE SULTON 




Winston-Salem. North Carolina 






Minges Street 




B.S. in Social Science 




MARY MARGARET DAVIS 


Rocky Mount. North Carolina 




Day Students' League: Basketball Te 


am; 


4201 Casllewood Road 


B.S. in Social Science 




VolleyballTeam;S.N.E.A. 




Charlotte. North Carolina 


Hlllel Club. 




DAVID ADAIR WHITAKER, JR. 

Route 1 




Certificate in Interior Design 

Newman Club, S.G.A. Representative, 
'5S-'59; Cotillion Club, Dorm Repre- 


NANCY ELLEN TALIAFERRO 




Pulaski, Virginia 




sentative, '56-'5S; Cotillion Club; In- 


3204 West Franklin Street 






terior Design Club; Variety Show, ■58-'59. 






B.S. in Distributive Education 






Richmond. Virginia 










B.F.A. in Commercial Art 




Dorm Vice President, '56-'57; Distr 
tors Club, '56-'58. 


bu- 


ASTRID DIETRICH 


Commercial Art Club; Art St 


udents' 






London, Ohio 


League. 




BONNIE N. WILLIAMS 

Peach Manor 




Certificate in Retailing 


DAVID E. THOMAS 




Morrisville, Virginia 






6 Strain Avenue 




B.S. in Distributive Education 




SHIRLEY ROSE ETHERIDGE 


Mechanicsville, Virginia 








Box 128 


B.S. in Business 








Whitakers, North Carolina 




VIVIAN NADINE WILLIAMS 














Certificate in Commercial Art 






Sox 1 13 






DONALD COOPER THOIvlPSON 




Battleboro. North Carolina 




Dorm Treasurer. '57-'58; Dorm Secretary, 
'58-'59; Cotillion Club, Executive Coun- 


Hopewell. Virginia 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




cil, '57-'5e, Treasurer, '58-'59; Class 


B.S. in Business 








Treasurer, '58-'59. 


Basketball Team, '56-'58: Baseball 


Team, 


ROBERT CARROLL WILKERSON 






57-'59. 




722 North Main Street 
Chincoteague, Virginia 




RUTH MARIE GARVER 

902 North C Street 


PEGGY ANNE THOMPSON 




B.S. in Advertising 




Lake Worth, Florida 


116 West 8th Street 








Certificate in Business Administration 


Lumberton, North Carolina 




DAVID WILSON 




Class Secretary. '58-'59; Cheerleader. 


B.F.A. in Interior Design 




Pulaski, Virginia 
B.S. in Social Science 




'57-'59; F.B.L.A.; Cotillion Club. 


CONNIE WILSON TOBIN 








VIRGINIA CAROLYN GRIFFITH 


Benfonville, Virginia 




GEORGE WILSON 




George Washington's Birthplace, Virginia 


B.S. in Business 




2321 Spencer Road 
Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




Certificate in Retailing 


ROBERT WILSON VASS 








ANN LEWIS GRUBB 


104 North Harvie Street 




AARON LOUIS WINER 




9921 River Road 


Richmond. Virginia 




2918 Parkwood Avenue 




Newport News, Virginia 


B.S. in Business 




Richmond, Virginia 




Certificate in Secretarial Science 


German Club Basketball Team; German 


B.S. in Business 




Chorus. '57-'58. 


Club Treasurer '57-'5B Vice Pre 


sident, 








'58-'59. 




F.B.L.A., S.G.A. Rerpesentative. '58- 
German Club. Business Manager, 
'59. Corresponding Secretary. '57-'58 


59; 
58- 


FRANCOISE JEANNE HAUTEKEET 


RONNA JANE VAUGHN 








R. F. D. 4. Box 209 


Logan, West Virginia 




JOHN WILLIAM YARRINGTON. JR. 




Petersburg, Virginia 


B.S. in Distributive Education 




Box 2 




Certificate in Fashion Illustration 


Cotillion Club; Distributors Club; 


Dorm 


Saluda, Virginia 




Dorm Treasurer, ■57-'58; Dorm Vice 


Treasurer. '56-'57. 




B.S. in Business 




President, '58-'59. 






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SENIOR DIRECTORY 




FRANCES SHELTON HENDERSON 


CAROL LEA NIZER 


MARCIA SUE SWEET 


310 Norlh View Terrace 


3102 Lynch Road 


2103 Cypress Street 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Baltimore 19, Maryland 


McKeesporl, Pennsylvania 


Certificate in Advertising 


Certificate in Retailing 


Certificate in Secretarial Science 


Dorm Volleyball Team. ■58-'59: Dorm 






Secretary, 'SS-'S?: House Council: D. E. 


JUDY ELIZABETH PEERY 


PATRICIA JOYCE THEIS 


Club, 'se-'s?. 








Potomac Beach, Virginia 


40 Lake Street 


CLORICE ROXANNE HIGGINS 


Certificate in Secretarial Science 


Monroe, New York 


Searsport Avenue 




Certificate in Retailing 


Belfast, Maine 


MARILYN LEE PLASTERS 


Tennis Team ■57-'59- Distributors' Club, 


Certificate in Fashion illustration 


Covington, Virginia 


Treasurer, ■5B-'59. 


IRENE VIRGINIA JACKOWSKI 


Certificate in Costume Design 


MICHAEL WOMBLE 


Magnolia Drive 




226 South Franklin Street 


Port Richmond. Virginia 


Fashion Club. Reporter and Advertising 
Manager. '58-'59; Cotillion Club, ■57-'59: 


Rocky Mount, North Carolina 


Certificate in Retailing 


A.S.L.. ■57-'59; Junior Follies. '58. 


Two-Year Certificate in Retailing 


DIXIE ELLYN KEGLEY 






1 12 Ptiarr Road 


SUSAN POTTER 


DRUSILLA DARLENE WEST 


Decatur, Georgia 


372 Washington Street 


1312 16th Street 


Holliston, Massachusetts 


Newport News. Virginia 


Certificate in Fashion Illustration 








Certificate in Retailing 


Certificate in Fashion Illustration 


Cotillion Club, '56*57; Wesley Founda- 






tion. Vice President. 'St-'B?. President '57- 


D. E. Club. 


Fashion Club '57-'59: Cotillion Club. 


•5?; Fashion Club. '57-'59; Dorm S.G.A, 




•57-'59: Variety Show, '57. 


Alternate '57-'58; Dorm Vice President, 






■58-'59; a'.S.L., '56-'59. 


LINDA RAMSAUR 






Three-Year Certificate in Costume Design 


BETTY WILSON 


JOAN ELIZABETH MOORE 




2116 Second Avenue 


1124 Blue Ridge Avenue 


EMELIE McNAIR SNIDER 


Richmond, Virginia 


Culpeper, Virginia 


504 Barker Avenue 


Two-Year Certificate in Retailing 


Certificate in Secretarial Science 


Salisbury. North Carolina 




Transfer from William & Mary: F.B,L.A„ 


Certificate in Fashion Illustration 




Alt. S.G.A. Representative. ■58-'59: Co- 






tillion Club. 


Basketball Team, ■57-'58. 







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FACULTY DIRECTOR 

The dare 



ch na 



Y 

ndicates year of first appoinfmenf. 



EDWARD P. ALLEN (1950) 

B.S. Rhode Island Slale College; Ed.M.. 

Boston University. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

NANCY 5. ALEXANDER (1957) 

A.B.. College ot William and Mary 
Instructor of Physical Education 

JOHN V. ANKENEY (1957) 

B.S. West Virginia Institute of Tech- 
nology, M.S.Ed., Cornell University. 
Professor of Engineering Technology 

L. WAYNE BATTY (1949) 

BM.E.P. Illinois Wesleyan University: 
B.M. Kansas City Conservatory; M.M., 
Chicago Musical College. 
Head of the Department of Voice 

LESLIE LACY BEADLES (1943) 

B.M. Chicago Musical College; M.Ed., 

Phillips University. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

KATHERINE BELL (1939. 1955) 

B.A. Westhampton College; M.S., Rich- 
mond Professional Institute, College of 
William and Mary. 
Head of the Department of Retailing 

LEON BELLIN (1958) 

B.S., Institute of Design. Illinois Institute 

of Technology. 

Assistant Professor of Commercial Art 

WILLIAM OTTO BEVILAQUA (1955) 

B.F.A. Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary; 
M.F.A., University of North Carolina. 
Assistant Professor in Commercial Art 



Assistant Professor of Art 

ALDEN G. BIGELOW (1957) 

B.S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia. 
Assistant Professor of Social Science 

JOHN A. BLAKE (1949) 

A.B., Presbyterian College; M.A., Johns 
Hopkins University; Graduate study. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania (I year) and Uni- 
versity of Maryland Medical School (spe- 
cial student); auditor in psychiatry, Johns 
Hopkins Medical School (9 months). 
Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology 

MAURICE BONDS (1942) (1947) 

B.F.A. , Richmond Professional Institute; 
M.A. Teachers College, Columbia Uni- 
versity; Art Students' League, New 
York (one year); Traveling Fellowship 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (one year). 
Head of the Department of Fine Arts 

RUTH G. BOYER (1958) 

B.A., University of Minnesota; M.S.S., 

Smith College. 

Associate Professor of Social Work 

E, ALLAN BROWN (1951) 

A.B.. M.A., Ph.D., University of North 

Carolina. 

Associate Professor of English 

JAMES A. BUMGARDNER (1958) 

B.F.A. Richmond Professional Institute; 
Hans Hofmann School of Art. 
Assistant Instructor of Commercial Art 

JOSEPH H. BUNZEL (1954) 

J.D.. University of Vienna; Graduate 
study at Johns Hopkins University and 
the University of Pittsburgh. 
Associate Professor of Social Research 

PEARL MCD. BURFORD (1947) 

B.S., M.A., Columbia University. 
Associate Professor of Education 



JEWETT CAMPBELL (1947) 

New York Arts Students' League (three 
years); Skowhegan School of Painting 
and Sculpture (two summers); Hans 
Hofmann School of Art (two summers). 
Assistant Professor of Art 

MILTON CHERRY (1950) 

B.M. American Conservatory of Music; 
M.M., Chicago Musical College. 
Head of the Department of Violin 

MCLIN S. CHOATE (1957) 

B.A., Hampden-Sydney; M.S., Richmond 
Professional Institute. 
Instructor in Psychology 



Assistant Professor of Music 

GERTRUDE C. CURTLER (1958) 

B.A., Vassar College; eight years in 

Journalism. 

Asst. Instructor of English and Journalism 

ALICE DAVIS (1941) 

A.B., Radcliffe College; M.S.. in Social 
Work, Richmond Professional Institute of 
the College of William and Mary; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 
Professor of Sociology 

BETTY I. DAVIS (1950. 1958) 

B.A. Holllns College- M.S.S.W. Rich- 
mond Professional Institute. College of 
William and Mary. 
Associate Professor of Social Work 

HOWARD HUNTER DAVIS (1938) 

A.B., University of Richmond; Ph,D., 

Johns Hopkins University. 

Professor of Government and Economics 

ANNA MAY DOUDLAH (1958) 

B.S., University of Wisconsin; Army 
Medical Specialists Corps Institute; 
Study at University of Pennsylvania. 
Associate Prof, of Occupational Therapy 



ALLAN A. EASTMAN (1950) 

B.A., State Teachers College. Buffalo; 
Diploma in Art Education. Pratt Insti- 
tute; Diploma in Design, Vesper George 
School of Art, 
Assistant Professor of Arts and Crafts 

HELEN K. EXNER (1958)" 

A.B., Vassar College; M.S.S., Smith 
College School of Social Work. 
Professor of Social Work 

OLIVE J. FAULKNER (1955) 

B.S. and M.S., Kansas State Teachers 
College; B.S. in Nursing, University of 
Colorado— Colorado General Hospital 
School of Nursing; Certificate in Public 
Health Nursing and M.S. in Nursing, 
Western Reserve University; R,N. 
Professor of Nursing 

ANNE ROSENBERG FISCHER (1957) 

M,S.S.W. Richmond Professional Insli. 
tute of the College of William and 
Mary; Certificate LTniversity of Frankfort 
on the Main, Prussia; Certificate, Baden 
Rupert Karl University of Heidelberg. 
Assistant Professor of Social Work 

CHARLES ALFRED BEVERLY FOSTER 
(1944) 

B.S.. and M.S.. Virginia Polytechnic In- 



WILLIAM R, FRANCIS (1957) 

B.A., Amherst College; M,F.A.. Yale 
University; Certificate, Shakespeare In- 



land. 

Asst. Prof, of Dr. 



iirmlnghan--. Eng- 
Art and Speech 



MELVIN E. FULLER (1958) 

B.S., M.Ed., University of Virginia. 
Director. Evening College 

JANE B. GLADDING (1947) 

B.A.. Smith College; Technician, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Medical Research 
(six years); M.S., University of Rich- 
mond. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

HILDA GOLD (1958) 

A.B., Douglass College; Diploma, New 
York School of Social Work. 
Supervisor of Field Work. 
School of Social Work 

LEWIS C. GOLDSTEIN (1955) 

B.S. and M.S. University of Richmond; 
Ph.D., University of Virginia. 
Professor of Biology 

JOSEPH N. GOTO (1958) 

John Hay Whitney Fellowship; Roosevelt 
University (2 years); School of the Arl 
Institute of Chicago (4 years). 
Assistant Professor of Commercial Art 

RALPH E. GREEN (1953) 

B.S. Trl. State College; M.S., University 

of Alabama. 



Asst. Prof, of Physi 



and Mathe 



DOROTHY TENNENT HAMILTON (1946) 

Certificate In Interior Decoration, Rich- 
mond Professional Institute of the Col- 
lege of William and Mary. 
Assistant Instructor in Interior Design 

ROBERT HESTER (1953) 

B,S., Wake Forest College; Diploma 

Parsons School of Design. 

Head of the Dept. of Interior Design 

PROSPER N. HILL (1958) 

B.A., University of Washington, Grad- 
uate work, Pennsylvania State University. 
Assistant Professor of Business 

JOHN TEN EYCK HILTON (1950) 

B.F.A., Yale School of Fine Arts; M.S. 
in Art Education, Institute of Design. 
Illinois Institute of Technology. 
Professor of Art 

RAYMOND HODGES (1940) 

B.S. State Teachers College, Blooms- 
burg, Pennsylvania; M.A., Teachers Col- 
lege Columbia University; Graduate 
student. University of Virginia. 
Professor of Dramatic Art and Speech 

C. THOMAS HOLLOWAY (1957) 

B.F.A.. Richmond Professional Institute; 

M.F.A.. Boston University. 

Instructor in Dramatic Art and Speech 

HARRY WINSTON HOUGH (1956) 

B.F.A., School of the Art Institute of 

Chicago. 

Assistant Professor of Commercial Art 

JACK R. HUNTER (1957)* 

B.A., University ot Virginia; Richmond 

Times Dispatch. 

Associate Professor of Journalism 

RUTH H. HYLAND (1949) 

B.S., University of Illinois; M.A., Teach, 
ers College. Columbia University. 
Associate Professor of Art Education 

MARVIN L. INGRAM (1949) 

B.A.. University of North Carolina; M.A. , 
Ed.D., New York University. 
Associate Professor of Economics 

•Part time. 




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FACULTY DIRECTORY 

The da 



alter each i 



indicates year of first appointrr 



MARGARET L. JOHNSON (1930) 

A.B. Barnard Co. lege' A.M. Ph.D. Co- 
lumbia Unlversllv. 
Professor of Modern Languages 

RUSSELL ALEXANDER JOHNSTON (1956) 

B.S. and M.S. in Business, Richmond 
Professional Institute of the College of 
William and Mary. 
Instructor in Business 

GEORGE T. KALIF (1943) 

B.A. M.A. and M.S.W. Tulane Uni- 
versity; Ph.D.. Harvard University. 
Professor of Social Work 

MARY EUGENIA KAPP (1940, 1946) 

A.B., University of North Carolina : M.A. , 
Dulie University; Ph.D., University ol 
North Carolina; further graduate study 
under National Science Foundation grants 
Montana State College. Summer ol 
1957 and University ol Illinois. Summer 
ol 1959. 
Prolessor ol Chemistry 

GEORGE KENNEDY (1955) 

C.E., Lehigh University. 

Assistant Prolessor ol Mathematics 

CURTIS G. KEESEE, JR. (1957) 

B.S., American University; S.T.B.. West- 
minster Theological Seminary M.Ed.. 
University ol Virginia. 
Assistant to Provost 

NATALIE KNEELAND (1947. 1952) 

A.B., Vassar College; M,5. Ph.D. Co- 
lumbia University. 
Professor of Distributive Education 

PATRICIA RICE LADD (1958) 

Certificate Medical Technology John- 
ston-Willis Hospital- Studied Keuka Col- 
lege and Richmond Professional Institute. 
Assistant Instructor in Chemistry 



Relerence Librarian 

JOHN DREWRY LAMBERT (1955) 

B.S., Richmond Professional Institute ol 
the College ol William and Mary M.S.. 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 
Assistant Prolessor ol Business 



Instructor in English 

ROSAMOND McCANLESS (1938) 

A.B., Converse College; A.B., in Library 

Science and M.A., University ol North 

Carolina. 

Librarian and Assistant Professor 



Instructor in Music (Children) 

MARY B. McGlNTY (1958) 

B.S.. Marywood College- M.Ed. Uni- 
versity ol Virginia. 
Associate Prolessor ol Business 

LEONARD FRANKLIN MAIDEN (1955) 

B.S., Richmond Prolessional Institute. 
College ol William and Mary. 
Assistant Professor of Retailing 

MARY VIRGINIA MARKS (1950) 

B.A., Sweet Briar College- Diploma. 
Sorbonne. France; M.S.. School of Re- 
tailing, New York University; Student. 
School ol Education, University of Vir- 
ginia. 



MARGARET LONG MAY (1965) 

B S., American Universi.y; M.S. George 
Washington University. 
Instructor in Biology 

H. ELIZABETH MESSICK (1949) 
O.T.R.. American Occupational Therapy 
Association; Diploma in Occupational 
Therapy, Maryland Institute- Chief Oc- 
cupational Therapy Branch U.S. De- 
partment ol the Army, 1944-49. 
Professor of Occupational Therapy 

JOHN THEODORE MORGAN (1955) 

B.S. B.F.A. Temple University M.F.A. 
University ol North Carolina. 
Instructor in Commercial Art 

HAZEL MUNDY (1936) 

Traphagan School of Fashion. New York; 

McDowell School ol Costume Design, 

New York. 

Head of tlie Dept. of Costume Design 

MALCOLM L. MURRILL (1948) 

B.S.. Yale University Graduate Work 
Columbia University; M.A. University 
ol Richmond. 



WILLIAM R. O'CONNELL. JR. (1955) 

B.M.Ed., Richmond Professional Institute, 
College of William and Mary. 
Dean of Men 

JAMES P. O'DONNELL (1955, 1958) 

A.B., Columbia College. Columbia Uni- 
versity; Graduate Study, Utica College 
of Syracuse University. 
Associate Professor of Advertising 

DONALD P. OGDON (1955) 

B.S., University ol Illinois- M.A. Uni- 
versity ol Texas; Ph.D.. University ol 
Missouri. 
Assistant Prolessor of Applied Psychology 

KATHRYN C. O'NEIL (1958) 

A.B., Syracuse University: M.A. Tea- 
chers College, Columbia University. 
Assistant Instructor 

PATRICK S. OSSO (1955) 

B.F.A. Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary. 
Assistant Professor of Phofography 



ELNORA M. OVERLEY (1955) 

B.S., Mary Washington College- M.B.A., 
University of Indiana. 
Associate Professor of Business 

JAMES D. PENDLETON (1958) 

B.S., Davidson College: M.A. Univer- 
sity ol North Carolina. 
Instructor in English 

THERESA POLLAK (1928) 

B.S., University ol Richmond- Harvard 
University (one summer); New York Art 
Students' League (lour years); Hans 
Holmann School of Art (one summer). 
Professor of Arf 

CHARLES C. RENICK (1953) 

B.F.A., M.F.A,, Richmond Professional 
Institute of the College ol William and 

Associate Professor of Arf 

WALTER L. RICHARDS, JR. (1951) 

B.S., Virginia Military Institute; M.A., 
University ol Virginia. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 

ALBERT A. ROGERS (1946) 

B.A., University ol Richmond- B.S., 
M.A., and Ph.D.. University of Virginia. 
Head of the Department of History 



RALPH AUGUSTUS RUSH (1954) 

B.S., University ol Wyoming- M.S. New 
York University; Candidate tor Ph.D.. 
New York University. 
Professor of Retailing 

MILO F. RUSSELL (1957)' 

B.F.A.. Richmond Professional Institute- 
M.A.. University ol Virginia- Trave'ing 
Fellowship. Virginia Museum ol Fine 
Arts (one year). 
Instructor in Fine Arts 

WILLIAM A. SANDRIDGE (1956) 

B.A. University ol Richmond- M.A, 
University ol Virginia. 
Associate Professor of Business 

AILEEN SHANE (1929)* 
A.B., Converse College; M.S.S. Smith 
College. School of Social Work. 
Professor of Social Work 

VOLNEY SHEPARD (1944) 

B.A., Washington State College- B.M.. 
and M.M., Chicago Musical College. 
Professor of Music 

ELIZABETH JACKSON SMITH (1953) 

B.S., Radford College; M.S. University 
ol Virginia. 
Instructor in English 

J. MARSHALL SNELLING (1948) 

B.A., and M.A., University of Richmond. 
Instructor in Sociology 



Asst. Prolessor in Engineering Technology 

WADE O. STALNAKER (1955) 

A.B. Fairmont State College; A.M.. 
West Virginia University; Ph.D., Univer- 
sity ol Pittsburgh. 
Prolessor ol Rehabilitation Counseling 

FREDERICK A, STOUTAMIRE. JR. (1957) 

B.A, M.A. University ol Richmond- 
M.Ed. University ol North Carolina; fur- 
ther graduate study. University of Vir- 

Instructor in English 

DONALD TENNANT (1952) 

B,S. Ohio State University M.M. Uni- 
versity ol Michigan- Ph.D. University ol 



Prole 



ol Mu 



EDWIN R. THOMAS (1950, 1955) 

B.A.. University ol Richmond; M.S., 
North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. 
Syracuse University. 
Associate Professor of Psychology 

WOODIE L. TUCKER (1957) 

B.S., University ol Virginia; M.Ed., Uni- 
versity ol Pittsburgh; Candidate lor 
Ph.D.. University ol Pittsburgh. 
Associate Prolessor ol Business 

BETTY JANE VITSKY (1951)* 

Assistant Instructor in Costume Design 



Instructor 



Musi 



LOIS McGregor washer (1937) 

B.S., Carnegie Institute ol Technology; 
M.S. in Social Work Richmond Pro- 
lessional Institute ol the College ol Wil- 
liam and Mary. 

Associate Professor of Recreational 
Leaderstiip 

PEGGY LEE WATTS (1954) 

A.B. Randolph-Macon Woman's Col- 
lege; M.A., Syracuse University. 
Instructor in Biology 



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The dd 


e after each name indicates year of first appo 


KATHRYN L. WEAVER (19S4| 

A.B., Mary Baldwin College; Certificate, 
Vaughan Allergy Clinic. 


HOMER DAVID WILLIS (1954) 

B.S., University of West Virginia; M.Ed., 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 


Assistdnl Instructor in Cliemistry 


Assistant Professor of Business 


MARY LOUISE WELLMAN (1954) 

A. 8., Uniyersily of Colorado; M.S.. New 
York University Scftool of Retailing. 


OTTI Y. WINDMUELLER ()953)* 

Journeyman Costume Designer, trained 

In Germany, 

Instructor in Costume Design 


Associate Professor of Retailing 


JEAN IRENE WHITE 

A. 8., Indiana University; M.S.. Richmond 
Professional Institute College of Wil- 
iam and Mary. 
Instructor in Business 


ELEANOR WOLFE (1957) 

B.S.. Woman's College, University of 
North Carolina: M.A.. Texas State Col- 
lege for Women; Certificate in Occu- 
pational Therapy. Richmond Professional 


JACKIE G. WILLIAMS (1957) 

B.S., in Business Education, Madison 
College; M.S., in Business Education, 
Richmond Professional Institute College 
of William and Mary. 


Assistant Professor of Occupational 
Ttterapy 


'Half lime. 


Instructor of Business 





MILES WALKER WOODS (1946) 
A.B. Vanderbilt University M.A. 
body College. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Assistant Professor of Modern Language 



KEITH C. WRIGHT (1957) 

A. 8., M.A., Marshall College 
Professor of Rehabilitation < 



KENNETH ZIMMER (1952) 

B.S., New York University; M.A., 
Columbia University. 



c4clcnoivledg.inen tJ 

The Staff of the 1959 Cobblestone could not have com- 
pleted the yearbook without the help of the following who 
gave their invaluable time and talents: 

. . . Dean William R. O'Connell, Jr., our adviser, who gave 
us so much of his time and help. 

. . . Mrs. Mary Archer Collier, Secretary to Dean O'Connell, 
who did so much typing for us. 

. . . James Dunn, who worked hard on the sports section. 

. . . Mildred Costen, who helped us design the cover. 

. . . And to countless others, although not mentioned by 
name, who assisted when their help was so vitally needed. 



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